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Post-Colonialism at Vuitton

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Marc Jacobs' fall 2010 collection for Louis Vuitton won't appeal to the Chinese market. Instead, it's just filed with “'cliched' elements that 'reflect a Western image of what Chinese design looks like.'" Will somebody please tell Jacobs about postcolonialism? Thanks. [The Cut]