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We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, four items of note:
SUBJECT: Hyden Yoo
MESSAGE: A new menswear designer (formerly a contestant on Fear Factor) whose clothing is available at boutiques INA Men, Namja, Caravan, Oak and Razor as well as on his website (the discount code for online purchases is PR-J95II40C34K).
DISCONTINUED: "Though perhaps most famous for suckling a goat's teat on national TV, Yoo's now carving a more savory rep with a line of button-downs equally suited for work/pleasure," "a must-have feature for the stylish/fat," "a siren song for women questing after a stinky, uncircumcised wang," "power through a garbage can full of tarantulas"
SUBJECT: I’m Not a Plastic Bag by Anya Hindmarch
MESSAGE: You have virtually no chance of scoring this massively overhyped bag, but if you want to try, it goes on sale tomorrow at Anya Hindmarch (115 Greene St at Prince St, 212-343-8147; 29 E 60th St at Madison Ave, 212-750-3974).
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FROM: Juli B
SUBJECT: Cecel Crépe Café (135 First Ave between St. Marks Pl and Ninth St, 212-460-5102)
MESSAGE: Newish, petite fusion eatery in the East Village.