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Here are eight stories you may have missed in New York this week.

Washington Heights »

The event, now in its fourth year, will highlight new fashions and uptown venues.

Chelsea »

The retailer will soon reopen a store in its original location at West 17th Street and Seventh Avenue.

Cobble Hill »

INTERMIX, a multi-brand designer store for women, opened at 140 Smith St.

Upper West Side »

The Columbus Avenue store, set to open on Sept. 13, will be "clothing dominated."

Park Slope »

A new interior design store features hand-picked furniture and home decor from New York designers. 

Red Hook »

Cheedah Suuwah, a Japanese-born artist and designer, has created his own line called "Natural Spirits."

Bushwick »

Michael Wright's "Troutman Collection" names each men's clothing piece after a Bushwick street.

New York City »

David Byrne, Liv Tyler, Allison Williams and more celebrated up-and-coming designers.

New York City »

The 20th century's authenticity and high style are an inspiration for two designers.

Gowanus »

A group of independent designers are fundraising for the development of manufacturing center.

East Village »

Jutta Neumann has been making leather accessories for 18 years.

Williamsburg »

The event, which is in its 11th year, has already debuted an online magazine explaining its mission.

Williamsburg »

The mellow Fashion's Night Out included designer exclusives and vintage deals.

New York City »

The Fashion Week vet dazzled at a party for the shoe designer's new Madison Ave. store.