5 Things To Know This AM

Have you noticed the large aluminum sculpture in front of the Standard Hotel? The giant surrealist headless body titled "Big Kastenmann," by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm, is the artist's first installation in the US and will be on display through November 2. (The Standard)
Time Out New York will be curating a booth at the Brooklyn Flea this weekend, shelling discounted wares from Dolce Vita, Rebecca Minkoff, and more. All proceeds will be donated to Citymeals-on-Wheels, so shop 'till your charitable heart's content! (Time Out)
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In honor of the upcoming Olympics (pause to gain our composure), Opening Ceremony is chatting with their fittest pals to get their take on staying in shape. First up? Yogis Kyle Miller and Moriko Munro. (Opening Ceremony)
Accessories line MIANSAI by Michael Saiger is taking its first steps toward a physical retail space through the Capsule NY pop-up menswear boutique. Shoes, hats, and sunglasses are among the drool-worthy pieces up for sale. The line's bound to be a hit, so be the first of your bros to don MIANSAI duds. (Miansai)
Newly launched fashion site I Like What You're Wearing (or ILWYW, if you're into acronyms) claims that it will change the way we shop online. It's a lofty proclamation, but through their compelling, curated blend of e-commerce and editorial content, and joining of web and print media, they might actually be on to something. (ILWYW)
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Photo: Courtesy of The Standard.
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