Giggle, the posh baby gear chain that has clothed its share of privileged Manhattan tykes, has left scores of fuming mothers high and dry. Last week it quietly closed its SoHo and Upper East Side stores in Manhattan and began lugging the leftover strollers, clothing, bedding and furniture to the remaining Upper West Side store...
it's just posh! l.l.c.
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2014 - IT'S JUST POSH! L.L.C.
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