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New York Magazine took a tour of Chloë Sevigny's East Village garden co-op, which was furnished largely by the tiny antique shop Cafiero Select in Cooper Square. David Cafiero, the shop's owner, explains his idea for the design: "Everything feels like a perfect little sailboat or a really considered Hudson Valley river house from the nineteenth century." [NYM]