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Check Out 3.1 Phillip Lim's Earth Day Tees

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NOHO—In honor of Earth Day, 3.1 Phillip Lim is introducing a collection of unisex T-shirts in collaboration with artist Maya Lin. They feature the life-sized footprint of four endangered species — the Siberian crane, the African elephant (shown above), the black rhinoceros, and the tiger — and go for $125 apiece. You can pick them up at 48 Great Jones Street today.

SOHO—The Daniel Wellington pop-up at 444 Broome Street that was only supposed to run through May 15th has been extended for much longer Commercial Observer reports that the watch brand has signed a five-year lease for the 500-square foot lease, which contains an an embossing machine to monogram your leather straps and a display case that easily converts into a bar for events.

MIDTOWN—High-end jewelry retailer Harry Winston is getting a facelift. WWD is reporting that the brand will close its iconic flagship at 718 Fifth Avenue for renovations, moving into a temporary space just down the block at 55th Street.

LOWER EAST SIDE—Gothamist did a deep dive into this neighborhood's history to uncover nine crucial facts. Our favorite? In the 1880s, this area was equivalent of today's Garment District, manufacturing 70% of women's clothing for the entire country.