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Costume National reaches out to something they call the "Plug Generation" with a new MySpace-themed campaign. After a talent search actually conducted on MySpace, eleven people between the ages of 17-29 were chosen to represent those "digital natives who have grown up with the web, a virtual 'world' that's increasingly real in which internet is there for feeding ideas, catalyzing creativeness and new projects, travel and most important developing one's own network of friends and acquaintances." Of course New York's stylish reputation remains intact; seven of the eleven are faces from the Big Apple. [C'N'C' Blog]