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Steven Alan had to open a home store because he just couldn't sell artisanal jelly in his clothing shops any longer. The new Steven Alan Home "is like an old-school general store, where you pick up everything from a couch covered with corduroy from our archives to Japanese dish sponges and flash-frozen vegetables," according to the retail veteran. [NY Mag]