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As if you didn't have enough couture dresses and strappy heels to dream about, there's now a whole new realm of goods to cause designer-driven envy: home interiors. As part of the "American Fashion: Designers at The Aldyn" exhibit, CFDA members such as Elie Tahari, Nicole Miller and Diane von Furstenberg used their collections as inspiration for the interiors of rooms on display at The Aldyn, an Upper West Side residential building. Starting September 21, you can check all of the rooms for $25 admission, which benefits the CFDA Foundation. The cost of instantly moving in to what one can only assume is DVF's print-mania of an apartment, however, is undetermined. [WWD]