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The Cottage Industry Inspired by Anthropologie; The Problem With Fashion; Don't Count Galliano Out

Rich people travel the globe to buy cute stuff from poor people, mark it up 1,000%, then sell it to you. Images via <a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702303936704576398252476999080.html?mod=WSJ_LifeStyle_Lifestyle_6">WSJ</a>
Rich people travel the globe to buy cute stuff from poor people, mark it up 1,000%, then sell it to you. Images via WSJ

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Local
· Looks like So. Cal grocery workers will go on strike again [OCR]
· Jeffrey Deitch comes out to celebrate new Guess concept store [CAN]
· How trends go on to become either legends?or jokes (hello UGG boots) [ATR]

National
· OMG, this exists: necklace made out of cat hair balls [Teddy Hilton]

International
· Globetrotting in search of quirky fashion finds [WSJ]
· Both fine art and fashion suffering from mental-masturbation fatigue? [Racked]
· Pamela Anderson's award-winning turn as potato chip salesperson [MDJOnline]
· The John Galliano show goes on without John Galliano? [The Cut]
· ?who may be back at John Galliano? [Coco Perez]
· ?or not, depending on if you believe Cathy Horyn or LVMH execs [The Cut]