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The House of Hilfiger

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Whoa. Check out Tommy Hilfiger's newly refurbished duplex at The Plaza hotel in New York City. Our cousins at Curbed NY note that Hilfiger originally wanted to unload the place for $50 million a couple of years ago, but now that they've overhauled (hauled over?) the place, they're gonna stay put. "Tommy tells the magazine he and wife Dee 'had a vision to create an old-world atmosphere complementing the old-world Plaza,' and they shopped together for furniture to go with their 20-piece Andy Warhol collection." [Curbed NY]