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CHELSEA—Online menswear retailer Stantt, which boasts customized shirts in 75 proprietary sizes to ensure the right fit on any guy, has landed a booth at the Chelsea Market outpost of Artist & Fleas through April 12th. Stop by daily from 10am to 8pm to get just three of your measurements put into their algorithm that finds your exact size, then pick out shirt patterns that named after New York City streets.
MANHATTAN—There's only a few days left to apply for Design Entrepreneurs NYC, a "mini-MBA" program hosted by the Fashion Institute of Technology for three intensive weekends in late spring. They'll teach young NYC-based designers how to build up their own labels by imparting skills on marketing, public relations, and financial management, and more. For full details on the program and the application that's due by April 7th, head here.
BROOKLYN HEIGHTS—Soulcycle has officially landed at Brooklyn Heights, giving borough residents yet another reason to avoid the commute to Manhattan. Head to their website to sign up for classes at 55 Court Street now.
GARMENT DISTRICT—Spring may have only just started, but now's the time for young designers-to-be to start planning their summers. Fashion Ko-Lab, a program that runs week-long day camps for those interested in the fashion industry from ages 8 to 18, still has spots left in two of its three sessions. For more information and to enroll, head to the link above.