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Say goodbye to Miss Sixty. The Italian brand has been having a rough time in the recession—it stopped showing at Fashion Week, for one thing—and now it's shuttering 10 of its 20 U.S. stores, including both of its Manhattan locations. "A Miss Sixty unit on Union Square in San Francisco closed last week, as did a 7,000-square-foot flagship at 901 Broadway in the Flatiron Building here," reports WWD. "That store housed dual brands Miss Sixty and its men's counterpart, Energie. On Sunday, Miss Sixty will shutter a store at 386 West Broadway in SoHo, according to a New York employee." [WWD]