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Theory's Sexy New Lingerie; Classes at Kiosk

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MEATPACKING DISTRICT—Just in time for Valentine's Day, Theory's MPD boutique has started to carry super-feminine lingerie line Jenna Leigh. This is the first time any store from the brand has offered lingerie, and it's not necessarily what you'd expect from the workwear staple. Jenna Leigh's style is a little retro and a lot sexy, giving Theory customers a chance to play Dita Von Teese underneath their office-appropriate button-downs. Pieces from the line, which can also be found at Journelle, Barney’s, and Anthropologie, run $50 to $200. [RackedWire]

SOHO—Quirky museum-of-everyday-objects Kiosk has expanded into the space that used to belong to their neighbor Areaware, and now they're thinking about offering classes. "So far I have two cook­ing classes and pos­si­bly one sewing class lined up," writes Kiosk's Alisa. "Would you like to teach a class? Do you know of a class you think we should hold? The con­cept is two-hour to two-day work­shops." [Kiosk]


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