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ONLINE—If you're one of the 2,000 people who bought something at last month's Fashion Girls for Japan sample sale, then pat yourself on the back: You helped the organizers raise $270,000 for tsunami relief. Drafting off the success of the event, FGFJ is now selling tees and tote bags bearing the "I [Japanese flag] New York" logo designed by Berger & Wild designed. Get them on the FGFJ website, or at Aloha Rag, La Garçonne, or Colette. [RackedWire]
UNION SQUARE—We hear that D'Agostino is out at 64 University Place. It will close at the end of June, when the lease expires, and it should be replaced by another food market—this time a more exciting, high-end sort of place. [RackedWire]