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HICKEY FREEMAN POPS: Hickey Freeman is showing its charitable side. The men’s tailored clothing company has designed a tie for the New York Pops and has donated 36 of them to be auctioned off during its annual gala on Monday, May 2.

Hickey, which dresses New York Pops music director Steven Reineke, also is outfitting 11 boys from the orchestra’s free instrumental lessons programs with Hickey Freeman shirts they will wear while performing at the pre-gala concert at Carnegie Hall on Monday.

In addition, the apparel manufacturer has donated a father-and-son shopping experience at its Hickey Freeman flagship in Manhattan, which also will be auctioned off at the event. The winning bidder will receive one men’s and one boys’ made-to-measure suit.

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