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Week In Review: Moss Unloved at Barneys, Apple Time on the UWS and More

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Before the weekend begins, check out a quick rundown of the top six Racked stories of the past five days.

1) Chelsea: Two weeks after the Barneys Warehouse Sale began, shoppers still weren't touching the Kate Moss for Topshop racks.

2) Upper West Side: The UWS's loss of the Victoria's Secret at 67th and Broadway means it's almost Apple Store time.

3) Upper East Side: Sweets destination Dylan's Candy Bar got signage. And then, their third floor was revealed! Insanity.

4) Chinatown: The always-bustling Counterfeit Triangle was raided by police. The scene the day after the po showed up was eerily quiet.

5) National: Starbucks decided to close up shop early for barista training. Next day, the staffers at the Broadway store in Soho were kicking out homeless squatters like nobody's business.

6) Soho: The Kidrobot Pirate Store, their outlet space of sorts, opened. There were Gorillaz and hoodies, but no Munnys or Dunnys.

Barneys Warehouse Sale

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