Thursday 30th October 2014
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Friday links

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  • Welcome to the Barbie Cafe. (HuffPo)
  • A charming 100th birthday photo tribute to my very favorite building in all of New York, Grand Central Station. (PSFK)
  • As it turns out, Barneys put its most recent warehouse sale online as a kind of test-run—and it looks as though they like how things turned out. On Monday, barneyswarehouse.com launches, providing a digital, 24-hour shopping fantasia for those whose love of Barneys is surpassed only by their  enthusiasm for a good discount. (R29)
  • The most expensive home in America was just put on the market for $135 million. How about we pay a visit? (Time)
  • I’m with these guys: this isn’t especially cool. But more than anything? It’s just super-un-funny. (The Frisky)

 

Posted on February 1st, 2013 5 Comments

5 Responses

  1. Desert Flower says:

    I would get all excited about the Barney’s warehouse site but I visited during the trial run of it and was less than impressed. First off, everything was final sale. Pretty risky unless you are absolutely sure something will fit and look good. Also, on many items the prices were higher than the same item was priced on the regular Barney’s site on sale.

  2. amorris says:

    Yes agreed, not funny, just leaves a bad taste.

  3. Audrey says:

    I wish they would have shown some of the interior of the $135 million house. I know what lawn looks like, for goodness sake.

  4. gablesgirl says:

    Learned tonight on the news its Grand Central Terminal. Station was made up by Hollywood for dramatic effect.