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The Selby in Soho; Mickey Drexler vs Karl Lagerfeld

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SOHO—The Store-torialist reports that CB2 has dedicated their windows to hipster photographer Todd Selby for a contest pegged to his book, The Selby Is In Your Place. It's hard to replicate a Selby photo if you don't have years of your life to dedicate to digging up quirky vintage housewares, but CB2 is trying their hardest (click through to see Exhibit A, the creepy pig statue.) Send in a photo of your own Selbyish apartment, and you could win $10,000 to spend at CB2. [The Store-torialist; CB2]

EVERYWHERE—Vanity Fair just released their annual list of the 100 most influential people, and it's filled with fashion and retail types: DVF, Ralph Lauren, Uniqlo owner Tadashi Yanai. Of note: Mickey Drexler, J.Crew's CEO, clocks in at number 19, while Karl Lagerfeld is down at 39. [VF]

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