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NEW YORK CITY—Cushnie et Ochs is branching out with the help of local designers. The duo will partner with Bandier on a collection of "luxury activewear" that'll be available in stores and online in late May, and with Pamela Love to create limited-edition jewelry that will be available for pre-order on Monday , according to WWD.
EAST VILLAGE—Trash & Vaudeville's former home at 4 St. Mark's Place has a new owner, according to EV Grieve. Whoever the mysterious buyer is also gets the four apartments above the shop in the deal; the address's very first owner in 1833 was Alexander Hamilton's son.
BRONX—Borough president Ruben Diaz, Jr., asked Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to bring the company's Prime same-day delivery service to the Bronx, Crain's New York is reporting. It's currently the only borough that doesn't have access to the premium service.
NEW YORK CITY—Gone are the days where missing faces appeared on a milk carton. Ad Age is reporting the New York Police Department and digital advertising agency BBDO Worldwide have partnered to create Invisible Faces, a project that aims to reinvigorate the search and possible return of missing people using realistic-looking mannequins in the store windows of well-trafficked areas.