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1) Thomas Pink: Slightly, just slightly overshadowed by the debut of a downtown Hermès outpost on Friday, British button-down shirt purveyor Thomas Pink opened the doors to its Fidi store today. The 3,000-square-foot castle of preppywear, the company's fourth NYC store, also stocks ties (of course), underwear, sweaters and pjs for men as well as a full range of womenswear. (63 Wall St between Hanover and Pearl Sts, 212-514-7683) [FWD, RareDaily]
2) Corduroy Kid: The kid's boutique-ification of Park Slope has spread to Prospect Heights. Shop Corduroy Kid has clothing, toys, furniture and more for your precious little ones. (613 Vanderbilt Ave between Bergen St and St Mark's Ave, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn; 718-622-4145) [UrbanBaby Daily]
3) Monif C.: Plus-sized ladies have a new shopping resource in midtown. Monif C. offers clothing, shoes, jewelry and more for extra-curvy types (sizes run from 14+). (325 W 38th St between Eight and Ninth Aves, suite 1007; 212-842-1641) [Racked Inbox]