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West Elm Brings Etsy Off the Internet; Bravo Goes Shopping in NYC

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UPPER WEST SIDE—Tomorrow night from 6pm to 9pm, West Elm is hosting a pop-up market starring local Etsy sellers. West Elm is on a big Etsy kick right now; they've put together a directory of their favorite Etsy vendors, and they're highlighting certain pieces in their catalogs. RSVP here, or head to Remodelista, which is co-hosting the event, for more information. [West Elm]

YOUR TELEVISIONAmong the new series Bravo announced today is one that follows the team behind Second Time Around, a high-end consignment shop with locations on Lexington Avenue and in Chelsea, Nolita, and Soho. According to the announcement, the show, which has the working title of “Ready to Wear”, "follows four eccentric store employees as they go out searching the attics, closets and garages of New York’s elite." (Garages? Only the truly elite in NYC have garages.) Bravo goes on: "These fashionistas are demanding about how they curate their racks and they need to be with such demanding clientele." Looks like this will fit in nicely with the rest of Bravo's Crazy Rich People lineup. [Racked Inbox]

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