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Neighbors Critique A.P.C.'s Wooden Fence; Inside DVF's Atelier

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WEST VILLAGE—Neighbors aren't exactly in love with with the fence of wooden slats around A.P.C.'s newest location on W. 4th Street. They don't think it fits in with the area's historic brownstones, and they're confused by the "Work in Progress" sign, which indicates the store's new status with the word "open" scrawled in red marker. We're guessing the sign isn't permanent; no word on the fence, though. [Curbed NY; Previously]

MEATPACKING DISTRICT—Because I'm Addicted points out that Diane von Furstenburg's amazing six-story flagship store and design studios is getting a big spread in the March issue of Architectural Digest. Click through for a preview. [Because I'm Addicted]


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