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Dresses by Christian Dior (1954) and Raf Simons (2011) via the Museum at FIT
CHELSEA—About six months ago, The Museum at FIT launched the first half of its tribute to the best design of the past 100 years with a showcase called "The Great Designers: Part One." Yesterday marked the debut of the second half, now called "Fashion A-Z." (Hey, nobody ever accused the fashion industry of consistency.) The show features over 60 looks by big names ranging from Pierre Balmain to Raf Simons, and it's open to the public through next November. [Style.com]
LOWER EAST SIDE—Vintage shop Portia & Manny has officially opened at 151 Ludlow, former home of Some Odd Rubies. The shop used to share space with Valley Nails in Nolita. [@portiaANDmanny/Twitter; Bowery Boogie]