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Jil Sander's name might have been bought and sold, but the designer herself is still going strong—she's just extended her collaboration with Japanese fashion fashioner Uniqlo. "They're quite fast. They call themselves Fast Retailing," Sander told WWD. "It's very nice for me that they listen, that they understand, they go forward. It's almost like destiny." After one year of designing the +J label for Uniqlo, Sander has recently decided to continue working with the company, indefinitely. [WWD]