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  1. first looks
    Funky Watches and Silicone Accessories in Nooka’s Pop-upThe cheery timepiece company takes over Den.
  2. ask a retailer
    Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi of Den and Odin Like Robert Geller’s Edgy LooksSo far, the owners of Den liked Robert Geller’s blending of American sportswear with dark edginess, Duckie Browne’s fun pom-poms, and Richard Chai’s detailing.
  3. tastemakers
    Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi Are Over 29-Inch Man WaistsThe style-savvy duo behind Odin, Pas de Deux, and Den talk about penny-pinchers, too-skinny men, and more.
  4. first looks
    Now Open: Den’s Shipley & Halmos Pop-up ShopIt carries the divine men’s and women’s fall ‘08 lines.
  5. first looks
    Engineered Garments Opens a Country Store at DenDen’s latest pop-up offers a ‘Field & Stream’ motif and plenty of stylish lumberjack duds.
  6. cheek by jowl
    Is ‘Hair’ Just ‘Cats’ With Hippies?A hair-to-fur analysis, in chart form.
  7. cheek by jowl
    Is ‘Hair’ Just ‘Cats’ With Hippies?A hair-to-fur analysis, in chart form.
  8. early and often
    The Race Card: An Ace Up McCain’s Sleeve?Or is Obama dealing from the “bottom of the deck”? (Sigh.)
  9. NewsFeed
    Restaurant Responds to Outrage Over Its $1.75 Slice“The price of flour has gone up four times over the past twelve months.”
  10. run through
    Are Erin Wasson’s Jewelry Designs Actually Her Own?Bliss Lau claims that Wasson’s signature chains, used by Alexander Wang in his fall ‘08 show, were actually Bliss pieces.
  11. intel
    Montauk Monster Mania!The latest theories on the leathery beast the Internet has come to know and love.
  12. loose threads
    Man Convicted in Gucci Stock-Fraud Scandal; Sean Avery Dates a CougarAlso, Dolce & Gabbana needs a new president, Ashton Kutcher lands a Pepe jeans campaign, and Behati’s got a new music video.
  13. apropos of nothing
    We Are Kind of Worried About That Rumor About Batman, Johnny Depp, and Philip Seymour HoffmanDon’t do it, Johnny! Steer clear, Phil!
  14. gossipmonger
    Ivanka Wants to Bulldoze Into the Book WorldThe Trumpette wants to write a book and get a $2 million advance. Plus, gossip about faux-lesbians, Sean Avery, and Kevin Costner, in today’s gossip roundup.
  15. Mediavore
    Cheap Wine for Our Cheap Palate; Fill Up on Free SamplesCooking with jocks, pricey Bordeaux, the world’s best restaurant views, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  16. NewsFeed
    What Waiters Shouldn’t SayThe ‘Observer’ critic has her own list of things she never wants to hear from servers again.
  17. in other news
    The STDFree License to Make All Your One-Night Stands Less Awkward. Maybe.A new card gives you a license to sex. But is it really going to make things any easier?
  18. in other news
    Being an Old Single Lady In New York Not So Bad, After AllA 101-year-old Murray Hill woman proves Carrie Bradshaw & Co. wrong.
  19. fashion calendar
    Events and Sales: 70 Percent Off Mulberry; 50 Percent Off James PerseAlso, get 50 percent off Gant, 60 percent off Myla, and 50 percent off Calvin Klein underwear.
  20. first responders
    Odin Duo Opening Women’s Store in AugustThe boys at Odin and pop-up Den are giving the ladies something to cheer about: our very own store called Pas de Deux.
  21. Openings
    Another French Restaurant on Orchard Street? Sacrebleu!Tonight Regaté opens up a few doors down from Zucco (the place with the lavatory library). It’s the third French restaurant on the block, and in fact, chef-owner Marc Jehan did the lunch menu at the neighboring Café Charbon (before that, he operated seafood distributor Early Morning). Now he’s serving bistro fare like sesame salmon, lamb shank, a few varieties of mussels, and steaks in pepper, Roquefort, or béarnaise sauces; plus dishes (e.g. mouclade) from the isle of Re, where Jehan’s wife was born (she’s a hostess; his brother Jocelyn is a partner). Jehan is still waiting for some paintings to clear customs, but for once no there’s no SLA snafus: That’s a full bar you see. —Daniel Maurer Regaté, 198 Orchard St., nr. Houston; 212-228-8555
  22. intel
    The March of ‘Radar’ The new Radar arrived in yesterday’s mail. We’ve seen it before, when Roshan & Co. leaked its cover to the Huffington Post’s uniquely uncynical media blog, Eat the Press. But actually holding the thing in our hands suddenly brought back memories of so many Radars perdu. And so we took a walk down memory lane, examining all six Radar covers (you can click on them for larger versions) and noticing what’s changed and what’s stayed the same in the nearly four years — four years! — since the mag’s first premiere issue.
  23. in other news
    Well, It’s a Marvelous Night for Luxury Condos Fulton Mall isn’t the only cityscape element earmarked for the insta-nostalgia scrap heap today. Moondance Diner, the Soho staple beloved by tourists and film crews, is heading into the sunset as well. And as much as we’d love to tell you that the diner and its adjacent parking lot are being replaced by a community center teaching disadvantaged kids interior design and molecular gastronomy, that’s not the case. The case is l-u-x-u-r-y c-o-n-d-o-s. (When the city is entirely luxury condos, where will people eat? Shop? Park? Are we the only ones who wonder this?) It remains to be seen if the developer, Hudson Island LLC, will add insult to injury by, say, appropriating the shimmery texture of the Moondance logo for the lobby walls. Goodnight, Moondance [NYS]
  24. intel
    Milton Glaser Continues to Love New YorkThere was news yesterday that the Empire State Development Corporation, the state’s economic-development agency, wants to freshen up the famous “I ♥ New York” ad campaign. “We are looking to actively reenergize and reinvigorate the brand,” they said in an ad. The iconic logo was designed in 1977 by Milton Glaser, who also designed New York magazine, which he helped found. We called him yesterday to see how he feels about his baby’s impending face-lift.