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We'd noticed the architectural backdrop to Seven for All Mankind's windows on Robertson and instinctively took some pictures of the glossy dream-lifestyle setting. Turns out, it's the work of celebrated fashion photog Patrick Demarchelier. WWD reports that for fall, "The premium denim label will be the first company or brand to use the late architect Philip Johnson's iconic Glass House here [New Canaan, Connecticut] as its advertising backdrop." Demarchelier told the fashion trade, "he was looking to take advantage of the clean shape and structure of the Glass House, shooting the models in and around it while maintaining a crisp focus on both." Sounds like we have more cool windows to look forward to. [WWD, subscription req]