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Chelsea Clinton Floored at Starbucks

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Yeah, hey, it's me. I'm at Starbucks. Guess who's sitting right behind me. [Whispers] Chelsea Clinton. She's sitting right behind me. I don't know, she's typing on her laptop. She's sitting on the floor. She looks hot these days. Totally hot. I mean, way hotter than when she was like … 13. No, I'm at a table. What? You think I should give her my seat or something? No fucking way, dude. Chelsea Clinton at Starbucks: We Have Soooo Been There [Jezebel]

Improve Your Looks with Pork in the West Village; Five Guys Wreaking Havoc in Midtown

Clinton Hill: Chinantla deli on Myrtle Avenue is dingy as all hell but makes tacos “that may bridge the gap between ‘real’ and … American-style.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Dumbo: Two ICE graduates just launched a neighborhood dinner-delivery service called Nylon Cooks. [Dumbo NYC] Lower East Side: Owners of ápizz and the Orchard John LaFemina and Xeras are "on the prowl for [their] next project." [Eater] Midtown West: Newly inaugurated Five Guys Burgers and Fries on West 55th Street has lunch crowds waiting up to an hour and a half for their orders. [Eater] Tribeca: Marc Murphy supplied this very straightforward carbonara recipe, which he considers a signature dish at Landmarc. [Restaurant Girl] West Village: The Japanese restaurant that promises better skin and hair through its pork dishes, Hakata Tonton has opened at 61 Grove Street. [Gothamist]

Jennifer Mankins of Bird Likes Rachel Comey, Rag & Bone, and Karen Walker

Throughout the week, New York's biggest buyers will be filling us in on which runway looks they plan to snatch up for spring. Today, Jennifer Mankins, owner of Brooklyn boutique Bird, reveals her potential picks. She's eyeing Rachel Comey's shoes, rag & bone's shirtdresses, and Karen Walker's floral prints.

Jennifer Mankins of Bird Likes Phillip Lim, Vena Cava, and Reyes

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Throughout the week, buyers from Bergdorf Goodman, Bird, Intermix, and Jeffrey New York will tell us which runway looks they plan to snatch up for fall. Jennifer Mankins, owner of Brooklyn boutique Bird, files her picks. She loves the Reyes's colors, 3.1 Phillip Lim's eveningwear, Generra's cashmere slouch hat, and Vena Cava's wicker prints.

Alexander Litvinenko Food News

Daily Intel points out something that never would've occurred to us in a million years: Since former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko dined on possibly polonium-tainted sushi at what has officially been the most publicized restaurant meal of 2006, the eatery, Itsu Sushi, has been on a roll. Riding a wave of publicity, the owners plan on opening a branch in New York. "It sounds macabre and opportunistic to say that this is Itsu's moment, but they just have to make sure they manage it properly," brand consultant Graham Hales told Bloomberg. "There is a point of notoriety that Itsu has achieved that it can now build upon." Now for the "fusion" cooking jokes. New Restaurant to Test Whether There Actually Is Such a Thing as Bad Publicity [Daily Intel]

A Very Special Fug Girls

After eight days, 26 shows, and a handful of parties, we are reduced to a sputtering heap (not unlike that Zac Posen dress) on the floor of Newark Airport. Time to recall our favorite moments.