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Yesterday, a street team from the ad agency responsible for those infamous iPod posters covered the East Village and Nolita with ads for Alexander Wang's spring T collection. We found the posters above outside pizza place New Amici at Third Avenue on 12th Street; according to WWD, they also went up at the intersection of Grand and Crosby. This is Wang's first-ever ad campaign, and it's not appearing in magazines. We'd say New Amici should consider itself lucky, but something tells us those shots of model Hannah Holman aren't helping to sell too much pizza.