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Neat 'n' Tidy Homeowners Let Loose With Busty Pop Art

This weekend, the New York Times profiles the 900-square-foot apartment of Scott Campbell, a broker, and his nightclub owner fiancee, Jayma Cordoso, who goes out every night and whose Brazilian model friends crash in the upstairs loft. All lifestyle differences aside, the couple appears to agree on one preferred method of housekeeping: eat-off-the-floor cleanliness with "not so much as a stray paper clip visible to the naked eye." In other words: these are real, live people who can, in fact, own a real, live white mohair Patricia Urquiola sofa and keep it looking fresh. So what do such picture-perfect people like this fight about? Namely: whether to buy round or rectangular rugs, and whether or not the Pop Art piece entitled "Wonder Blondy" should stay. We're also assuming that there has been a spat or two spawned by the presence of half-dressed Brazilian models roaming around the apartment.

· The Sanctuary of the 400 Shoes [NYT]