Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Why the Chicken Crossed the Road

From Earnshaws Magazine, February 2009 edition

Just two years after Pink Chicken launched it's bohemian-inspired girls' line, the New York apparel company is opening its first store. "Everything for us has happened organically," said owner/designer Stacey Frase, whose business began above her garage in Amagansett, N.Y., where she and her family spend their summers. This May, Fraser will open a 200-square-foot Hamptons boutique in a former ice cream shop on Main Street. "The location is ideal not only because it's close to [the] summer home", she said, "but because the area's laid-back resort feel echoes Pink Chicken's aesthetic." The line offers '60's inspired print dresses, rompers and diaper covers as well as knits and leggings for girls sizes 12 months to 8 years; Fraser has also added a handful of coordinating women's dresses.

We are so excited to be carrying this new and upcoming line at Darling Divas Boutique. We love the fresh fun styles and great prints. Check out Pink Chicken's unique styles at:

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