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NEW YORK CITY—Ricky's can't seem to keep its new Bondi Sands self-tanner on its shelves. According to WWD, the beauty retailer moved $45,000 worth of product in the three weeks following its January 25th debut — which, it should be noted, is just days after snowstorm Jonas blew through town.
CLINTON HILL—All is not lost for indie businesses. Apple Art Supplies is still thriving the New York Times discovered, so much so that it even allows customers to buy their items on credit. Best of all, the owner has remained a familiar face for countless locals.
MIDTOWN—Urban Zen has a new home at Bergdorf Goodman. Donna Karan's seasonless basics and home decor line will move into the shop-in-shop on the department store's sixth floor formerly occupied by her namesake line, WWD is reporting. Expect to see it there in mid-March.
UNION SQUARE, NOHO—Flex Studios is offering $28 single sessions for its Pilates, barre, TRX, and Flex90 classes at both locations for the entire month of March — that's a major savings ($10!) off of its regular price. You can scoop them up here.