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MESSAGE: Fancy but comfortable clothing made of cashmere, available at Boc (491 Columbus Ave between 83rd and 84th Sts, 212-362-5405) and Dernier Cri (869 Washington St between 13th and 14th Sts, 212-242-6061).
DISCARDED: "imagine putting on clothes that feel like jammies but look like a sweet dream"
FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: Isolaz treatment
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FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Madame Alexander
MESSAGE: The doll museum, located in Harlem, is now hosting kids' birthday parties. A perfect place for a party, right? All those glassy eyes staring up at you isn't creepy at all.