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In case you missed any of our favorite stories this week, here they are: Kim Jong-il's son got a furry hat, just like his dad; Hermes sues the company that's been printing pictures of Birkins on canvas totes; Aritzia's soft-opening in Manhattan this weekend; Kim Kardashian failed to understand the causality of getting naked in front of cameras; Is Lauren Conrad secretly engaged? Do we care?; What ever happened to Tandrew the Other Andrew?; We find out what happens to male models after they win model searches; Barneys decided to host pre-sales for a Helmut Lang bag on Facebook; The Coveted changed its name to The Coveteur because their first name already belonged to someone else; Don't touch Leighton Meester's shit; Here's every single look from H&M's Conscious Collection; Kenneth Cole tweeted some inappropriate stuff about Egypt; The new Baby Phat ad images were released; You can actually go to Tokyo to study street style; LCF's MA students showed their graduate collections; and Oprah hosted a bunch of the original supermodels on her show. Whew.
PS: Congratulations to Sarah F. who won our Mondo Guerra for Piperlime charity shirt giveaway!