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Kartell's New Boots; Zillow's Rentals-Only iPhone App; More!

NYC—In honor of Fashion's Night Out—tonight's citywide shopping bonanza that marks the start of Fashion Week—Kartell will introduce some new footwear styles. The Italian design firm, known for classic furnishings like the Philippe Starck Ghost chair and a recent line of chairs designed by Lenny Kravitz, will offer the Demi Sofia boot collection to shoppers at the Soho store for 30 percent off. From the looks of things, they're way more comfortable and far more normal than the ones Rem Koolhaas—the famous architect's not-quite-as-famous architect nephew—just designed.

EVERYWHERE—Today Zillow announces a rentals-only iPhone app that allows users to browse rental listings, draw geographic boundaries and save their customized searches, check out what restaurants, shops, schools, parks, and so on are in any given neighborhood, and so on. More info on the Zillow Rentals for iPhone App, right this way. [Zillow Blog]

BOSTON—The former home of watercolor artist Gertrude Beals Bourne has come on the market for $4.6M. The unmistakable, colorful Queen Anne is known as the "Sunflower House" after Bourne's 1910 painting "The Artist's Studio—Sunflower Castle" and because, well, there are sunflowers carved under the eaves. [Curbed Boston]

EVERYWHERE—Some celebrity real estate dribs and drabs, courtesy of Trulia Luxe Living: spunky Emmy Award-winning actress Cloris Leachman has bought a new home in Topanga Canyon, Calif.; 311 frontman Nick Hexum has bought an equestrian estate nearby; and Grey's Anatomy producer Mark Wilding has bought a Los Angeles estate for $1.825M.