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In the loop

His streetwear site is a hit. Now Greg Selkoe aims to connect the in crowd.

Karmaloop founder Greg Selkoe and his wife, Dina, the company's creative director, in their Boston office. Karmaloop founder Greg Selkoe and his wife, Dina, the company's creative director, in their Boston office. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Liza Weisstuch
Globe Correspondent / March 20, 2008

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In the fashion business, everyone has a muse - an inspiration for their work, a guiding light. Givenchy had Audrey Hepburn. Halston had Liza Minnelli. Marc Jacobs, Sofia Coppola. Jamaica Plain native Greg Selkoe, 32, the comer behind streetwear retailer Karmaloop, has Stephen Coyle, former head of the Boston Redevelopment Authority. (Full article: 1281 words)

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