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In 1999, Amara Felice sought out three other fashion and handbag designers to open this 275-square-foot baby-pink shop in Park Slope. One has since dropped out, but the remaining three (Felice, Andrea Fisher, and Yukie Ohta) still co-own the store and design all of the apparel and most of the handbags. Loosely organized by designer, the offerings run from Felice's bold, retro-patterned custom swimsuits and flowing, floral-print dresses to Yuki NYC's simple cotton totes to Fisher’s thirties- and forties-style dresses and trousers. Structured handbags, hats, jewelry, belts, and shoes from some 50 other designers are occasionally sold as well. The jewelry collection is especially vast, and includes dainty, feminine earrings and necklaces from ViVi Sun, and semiprecious-stone and bead necklaces from April Mosen.
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