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eBay’s Bash Last Night

Yesterday eBay introduced new changes to the site, namely the creation of collection. What is “Collections”? It’s a new function that allows us to create collages or groups of eBay items together. It’s possible to “follow” other collections that inspire you too. To announce this function, eBay threw a bash in New York last night with celebrity curators and cool creatives who all made their own collections — think Pharrell choosing Kubrick toys and Solange Knowles finding speakers on eBay. Take a look at more collections by the first 12 curators on eBay Today

Credits: 1. Pharrell Williams and eBay’s Michael Moskowitz |  2-7. Items hand-picked by eBay’s Curators | 8. Chloe Crespi, Curator Jon Rose of Waves for Water, Sentimental Value’s Emily Spivak, Curator Jauretsi of The Inside Source, eBay’s Brian Owens, and President of eBay marketplaces Devin Wenig | 9. Curator Solange Knowles

(Photo: Neil Rasmus and Angela Phan of BFAnyc.com)

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The Inside Source’s Chief Curator, Jauretsi, showing off the reason for Tuesday nights event… the launch of The Last Magazines' latest issue, co-hosted by eBay. 

The Inside Source’s Chief Curator, Jauretsi, showing off the reason for Tuesday nights event… the launch of The Last Magazines' latest issue, co-hosted by eBay. 

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Karen Mulligan (Studio Manager for Annie Leibovitz), David Hershkovits (Paper Magazine EIC), Jill Demling (Vogue Entertainment Editor), and The Inside Source’s Jauretsi. Take a look at Jill and Karen’s surf line called Pret-a-Surf. 
(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

Karen Mulligan (Studio Manager for Annie Leibovitz), David Hershkovits (Paper Magazine EIC), Jill Demling (Vogue Entertainment Editor), and The Inside Source’s Jauretsi. Take a look at Jill and Karen’s surf line called Pret-a-Surf

(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

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Devin Wenig (President of eBay Marketplaces), Rachel Haot (Chief Digital Officer for the City of New York), Jauretsi (Curator for The Inside Source), and Steven Kolb (CEO, CFDA) 
(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

Devin Wenig (President of eBay Marketplaces), Rachel Haot (Chief Digital Officer for the City of New York), Jauretsi (Curator for The Inside Source), and Steven Kolb (CEO, CFDA) 

(Photo: Billy Farrell / BFA, at eBay/CFDA/NYC Digital event in New York, July 9, 2013)

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Company Girl: Louise du Toit  of Acne
Title: Acne Studios Country Manager, North America. 
What you generally do all day: Work! I run around, visit stores and clients, and try to make sure Acne is represented in the best way possible on shop floors as well as in press. Protector of the brand.  
Describe work environment: I’m the old lady in office, believe it or not. My employees “keep me young.” Lots of rap, trap, whatever they are into. As long as everyone is happy, I’m happy. We have a beautiful office downtown. Crazy 360 views of the city. As long as we are hitting goals and budgets, the vibe is pretty relaxed. We all get along and work together to make Acne Studios what it is here in North America. Love my job. 
Favorite eBay score: A red Celine scarf.
Clothing: Coat: Acne | Shirt: Acne | Jeans: Acne | Boots: Acne | Sunglasses: Acne | Bag: Celine | Necklace: J.Crew | Nathan’s Dog Sweater: American Apparel 
(Photo: Melodie Jeng. Q&A by Jauretsi)
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Company Girl: Louise du Toit  of Acne

Title: Acne Studios Country Manager, North America. 

What you generally do all day: Work! I run around, visit stores and clients, and try to make sure Acne is represented in the best way possible on shop floors as well as in press. Protector of the brand.  

Describe work environment: I’m the old lady in office, believe it or not. My employees “keep me young.” Lots of rap, trap, whatever they are into. As long as everyone is happy, I’m happy. We have a beautiful office downtown. Crazy 360 views of the city. As long as we are hitting goals and budgets, the vibe is pretty relaxed. We all get along and work together to make Acne Studios what it is here in North America. Love my job. 

Favorite eBay score: A red Celine scarf.

Clothing: Coat: Acne | Shirt: Acne | Jeans: Acne | Boots: Acne | Sunglasses: Acne | Bag: Celine | Necklace: J.Crew | Nathan’s Dog Sweater: American Apparel 

(Photo: Melodie Jeng. Q&A by Jauretsi)

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Consolidate Episode 2: Sabine Heller

Earlier this week we introduced you to writer/photographer (and CEO of asmallworld.com) Sabine Heller and her inspired life of objects in a gorgeous little GIF. In Episode 2 of our series Consolidate, The Inside Source digs a little deeper, learning how eBay plays a part in this media maven’s special world.

(Video by Jauretsi. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Sabine Heller’s World of Objects
Meet Sabine Heller, a woman who is all things Media. Acting as CEO of Asmallworld.com, the writer/photographer also exercises her creative energy contributing to publications Vogue Italia and Purple Magazine. In Episode 2 of our series Consolidate, we explore the tools of Sabine’s trade and how eBay fits into her inspired life of objects. 
Check out episode 1 with DJ & Nightlife expert Gabby Mejia
(Photo: Gabriel Stanley. Text by Jauretsi)

Sabine Heller’s World of Objects

Meet Sabine Heller, a woman who is all things Media. Acting as CEO of Asmallworld.com, the writer/photographer also exercises her creative energy contributing to publications Vogue Italia and Purple Magazine. In Episode 2 of our series Consolidate, we explore the tools of Sabine’s trade and how eBay fits into her inspired life of objects. 

Check out episode 1 with DJ & Nightlife expert Gabby Mejia

(Photo: Gabriel Stanley. Text by Jauretsi)

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Sundance Premiere: Very Good Girls

The Inside Source attended Sundance’s premiere of Very Good Girls, a film written and directed by Naomi Foner, with a score by Jenny Lewis. Naomi’s son, Jake Gyllenhall, joined her son-in-law, Peter Sarsgaard, in the audience. Breakout star, Boyd Holbrook (seen above) acts as the love interest in a triangle between Dakota Fanning’s and Elizabeth Olson’s characters. When asked why there were no cell phones in the middle of a teen story, Dakota (seen above) answered ”We discussed limiting the use of that. “I’ve grown up in a generation of iPads, iPhones, Blackberrys, and all that takes away from the human-to-human connection, which is what this movie is all about.”

(Dakota Fanning dressed in Louis Vuitton. Photo and Text by Jauretsi)