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MEATPACKING DISTRICT—Soon-to-open nightclub GunBar will have its own tattoo parlor. We can't imagine any way that could possibly go poorly. [Eater NY]
THE INTERNET—Bluefly's glasses site Eyefly has apologized for running Warby Parker product shots as its own. Writes the brand, "The site design team (outside vendor) initially used the image as a place holder until we created our own content, which we did with Tommy Ton...We have no desire to use Warby Parker's vision as we prefer ours." Our sister site has the whole statement. [Racked National]
THE INTERNET—Shopping app Pose launched an upgrade this week. The app lets you tag images of things you want to buy, so that you can go traipsing through Soho marking the prices and locations of everything you like and sharing them with your followers on Pose, Facebook, or Twitter. With the new version, you can make a profile and search through items selected by style bloggers like the Man Repeller and by Pose's own team (which—full disclosure—includes former Racked writer Alisa Gould-Simon.) [Mashable]