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Dover Street Market's New Beginning, and Where a Supermodel Works Out in NYC

Rounding up the New York City retail news you need to know about

Driely S.

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MURRAY HILL—It's a brand new day inside Dover Street Market. On January 12th, the department store closed to swap out its winter merchandise and reopened on January 16th with the new spring offering on all seven floors — it took 65 staff members, plus some brand representatives from Gucci, Loewe, and Rick Owens, to get the job done. "We like to do it all in one go," Adrian Joffe, Comme des Garcons CEO and president told the New York Times. "If we didn't, we'd be closing off areas all the time. It's worth it for the excitement." Click on the link above to check out the changes

EAST VILLAGE—Closing time has already hit the Sock Man. Photographer Nick McManus, a group portrait artist from the city's Impossible Project Polaroids gallery exhibition, shared photos with EV Grieve of the establishment and its owner in better times.

NEW YORK CITY—Now you, too, can train like Victoria's Secret model and Sports Illustrated cover girl Nina Agdal. Well + Good has the scoop on the supermodel's healthy hotspots: full-body workouts at Tone House, one-on-one training at Strength Lab, and post-workout meals at Sweetgreen are on the list.