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ONLINE—Recrib, a new website from the husband-and-wife team who used to own Soho design shop Clio, falls into the "Why hasn't anyone thought of this before?" category. It's an online marketplace for gently-used child-rearing equipment—all those cribs, changing tables, strollers, and car seats that parents need to buy and that children inevitably outgrow. The brands are high-end (Bugaboos, MacLaren, DwellStudio), the prices are reasonable, and the site is designed to be as easy for sellers as it is for buyers. [RackedWire]
SOHO—Among the finds at the Zero + Maria Cornejo and Repetto sale, Twitterer @Hollarom located—and promptly purchased—a pair of $60 navy suede Repetto booties. Evidence of her success after the jump. [Twitter]