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Email Scan: A Kid's Clothing Store, Undies, Shirts Made With Metal And Plastic Watches

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We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, four items of note:.

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Uniqlo Kids
MESSAGE: The Uniqlo outpost on the UWS now sells only kid's clothing

FROM: DailyCandy
SUBJECT: Underwear from Malicious Designs
MESSAGE: Lacy underthings available at Azaleas (223 E 10th St between First and Second Aves, 212-253-5484) and Redtoenails (622 Metropolitan Ave between Lorimer and Leonard Sts, Williamsburg; 718-387-6987)
DISCARDED: "Peeping Toms and summer share flings will sweat just thinking about it," "you talk about the miserable weather in all sorts of miserable spaces (elevators, mail rooms, deli lines) with all sorts of miserable people"

FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: Men's cotton shirts made with a bit of pure silver
MESSAGE: The tops, which fight body odor and help regulate temperature, are available at Camouflage (139 Eighth Ave at 17th St, 212-691-1750).

FROM: RareDaily
SUBJECT: Toy watches
MESSAGE: These plastic and acrylic timepieces are celeb favorites

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FROM: Thrillist
SUBJECT: Mid-week list
MESSAGE: NY Golf Shuttle, Operations Party tomorrow at 7:30pm at 60 Mercer St at Broome St, and the Independent Features Online Movie Contest
DISCARDED: "four brutal hours of meandering around a lawn," "if you wear below a 29, you don't need clothes, because standing sideways your naked body will disappear from sight," "catch a disappointing career's worth of sh*t"