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Since British department store Selfridge's announced that it asked brands for their products sans labels (that's right: no pictures, no words, "No-Noise") for a specific section in the store called "The Quiet Shop," we've been a-hankering to see what de-branded brands look like. Refinery29 has collected pictures of everything from Crème de la Mer to Heinz, and—boy—is it jarring. [Refinery29]