5 Things To Know This AM



From an R29 collab to a throwback OC collection, and now a Flatiron concept shop, looks like DKNY is steps away from world (okay, if not city) domination. (DKNY)

Sunday night, Lena Dunham regaled a captive audience about one of her so-NYC breakups, including a landlord's funeral, video games, and New Year's Eve. Read on for the entire story. (Vulture)

81 hours has employed the multi-talented André Saraiva to create art and emotion in its spring '13 video campaign — is there anything this guy can't do? (81 Hours)

While the Brooklyn Flea will still be in (well, duh) Brooklyn, some Williamsburg residents are less than pleased about the slight move. (Racked)

After shutting down its environmental desk just a few months ago, The New York Times will also bid farewell to its Green blog. Luckily, they'll still have a Twitter account. (Observer)

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