5 Things To Know This AM — Jul 25 2012

The ever-charitable Marc Jacobs has once again been designing for a good cause, this time with a T-shirt collection to benefit AIDS for AIDS International. The poignant, woodblock print-emblazoned tees are available in Marc Jacobs stores and online for $35. (Marc Jacobs)
A good boutique hotel always has an intriguing backstory, and Refinery Hotel, which opens in November, does just that. Housed in a former hat factory, the loft-style rooms have interiors inspired by the building's rich history. Nice name, huh? (Refinery Hotel)
Paul Rudd is in town filming an upcoming movie, They Came Together, causing those pesky "No Parking" signs to be put up. One of Rudd's fans opted to add signage of his own, asking the actor for some career advice. (Gothamist)
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Ah, the commuter shuffle. It's always a gamble. Deciding to stick with the local subway or wait the alleged "two minutes" for an express train to arrive may seem trivial to outsiders, but New Yorkers know that it's so much more. (The New York Times)
Yogis, rejoice! A second Lululemon outpost on the Upper West Side has been in the works since February, and according to the most recent rumors, the store will finally be opening sometime mid-August. (My Upper West)
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Photo: Courtesy of Marc Jacobs
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