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(capsule) Highlights; Tween Boutique; Rapha Closes

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Corman, 9/22/10

WEST CHELSEA—Last week, the (capsule) trade show brought all sorts of young, hungry, creative, occasionally wacky designers to a space on West 22nd Street. Please enjoy the highlight reel above. [RackedWire]

UPPER EAST SIDE—New boutique Style-Licious aims to correct "the dearth of high-quality accessories stores aimed at teenage girls." The owner explains to DNAinfo that she got the idea for the store when she realized that her own 15-year-old daughter couldn't find one-of-a-kind jewelry. When the store opens at Second Avenue and 71st Street, It'll carry everything from $8 pajama bottoms to $300 bracelets from Henri Bendel. [DNAinfo]

NOHO—Tomorrow night at 7pm, biking pop-up Rapha Cycle Club officially says goodbye to the Bowery with a closing party. Write the organizers, "Rapha is looking forward to popping up next season in another locale. We can't thank you enough for your support. (Having said that, let's burn this mother down.)" [Racked Inbox]