You can call your bed head “beach hair” and pile on the bronzer, but you’re not fooling anyone. It’s still winter in the city.
If a hankering for the Hamptons hits early, take heart. Pink Chicken — our favorite source for patterned sundresses and pretty play clothes — just made the drive in from Amagansett. Its first Manhattan store opened last week on the UES.
The jewel box space beckons like your fantasy beach house, all whitewashed and weathered wood. Racks are brimming with the colorful spring/summer collection, including block-printed boho dresses and comfy knit separates, for babies, kids, tweens, and moms.
A curated selection of gift items also lines the shelves — Lucky Feather jewelry, Mini McGhee blankets, Rosie Flo coloring books, and P’kolino art supplies — plus beach trip essentials like Saltwater sandals and Gypsystyle bags.
So run a comb through it and head on over.
Pink Chicken, 1223 Madison Avenue, between East 88th and East 89th Streets (212-722-9090 or pinkchicken.com).
Photo: Courtesy of Pink Chicken
The Gaga Center
What: A new uptown space dedicated to every kid’s all-time favorite camp game: Gaga.
Why: Play options include classes, tournaments, and birthday parties.
When: Class times vary.
Where: The Gaga Center, 230 E. 93rd St., b/t 2nd & 3rd Aves. (212-920-7884). Twelve-week session, $620.
KidsLive Presents Kristi Yamaguchi
What: The figure skating champ reads from her new book, It’s a Big World, Little Pig.
Why: Olympic fever starts now.
When: Tues., 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Where: Battery Park City Library, 175 North End Ave., at Murray St. (212-790-3499).
What: The latest installment from Disneynature (makers of Earth), this film follows a 3-year-old chimp named Oscar and his family through the African rain forest.
Why: An unbelievable glimpse into the lives of these very sophisticated animals.
When: Sat., 2 p.m.
Where: Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, at 95th St. (212-864-5400). Tickets online at symphonyspace.org. Adults and children, $13.