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Mon-Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, noon-5pm
Nearby Subway Stops
4, 5, 6 at 86th St.
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Stacey Fraser supposedly got her daughter, Belle, to eat chicken by reminding her that raw chicken was pink, and she named her mother-daughter line after the anecdote. In Fraser’s boutique, the clothing offerings range from tiny onesies for newborns to long dresses for moms. Eggplant, fire-engine, lime, and sky are Pink Chicken’s palette and zigzags; flowers and peacocks are its patterns. For babies and kids, there are cotton-knit tank dresses, elegant square-necked frocks, and peasant blouses. For tweens, there are the two-patterned tank dresses, T-shirts, and Indian-style tunics with curlicued embroidery, with striped cotton pants available as bottoms. The women’s line is similar to the tween line but with more accommodating bodices and without the leggings. Annual sales take place in June and November or December.