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Amagansett favorite Pink Chicken has just opened up its first Manhattan boutique at 1223 Madison Avenue between 88th and 89th Streets. The brand predominantly caters to the discerning tastes of fashionable toddlers and tweens, though there's also a women's collection for moms who want to buy a little somethin'-somethin' for themselves while shopping for their kids. And yes, that something can match the something else you bought for your child.
In addition to housing vintage-inspired, little girl dresses and other cute things, the store also carries a selection of gifts, books, arts and crafts, jewelry, and more. We had originally heard that the store would be a Poulet Rose, described by the Post as "[Pink Chicken's] new tween division," however we've since been told that the location will carry clothing for all ages. Which is good news, as growing children tend to, well, outgrow things quickly.