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Check Out Where R29ers Worked During #Sandy

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    With Sandy's widespread devastation and power outages, R29 team members are just some of the hundreds of thousands who have been displaced this past week. And, since we're dedicated to constantly bringing you, dear readers, the latest updates and style content, we made due with whatever we had, office-wise. As we wrote yesterday afternoon, in terms of coverage, we didn't miss a beat.Our East Village HQ didn't get power until last night, so, lacking a home base, we set up work stations wherever we could — whether it was friends' living rooms, hotel lobbies, or even an odd rooftop. To show you how we kept Refinery up-and-running, we pulled together a peek into our makeshift offices so that you can get a feel for our collective togetherness, even when we're separated by power grids, rivers, and state lines.

    Photo: Courtesy of Piera Gelardi

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