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Designer Consignment on Madison Avenue; Ted Baker's Art Show

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UPPER EAST SIDE—A tipster wrote in to let us know that a Colette Consignment will be opening its first Manhattan location at 92nd Street and Madison Avenue. Expect the "mini-empire of highly edited boutiques" stocked with Chanel, Zac Posen, Gucci, and Dior to debut sometime this year. [RackedWire]

MEATPACKING—The Ted Baker store in the Meatpacking District would like to educate its American customers on the British vernacular. Through May 23rd, the store will feature an installation called The Baker's Dozen: illustrations of traditional British sayings by 13 international artists. Here's your opportunity to branch out from the phrases you learned watching Austin Powers.