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Vice Goes to Cambodia Fashion Week; A.P.C Quilts

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PHNOM PENH -- The motley gang over at Vice still loves fashion, and now they've taken on Cambodia Fashion Week. It's heavy on the sex, drugs, and rock and roll, but there's also a sobering interview with a garment worker who was beaten by the police when she led a protest in support of workers' rights. [Racked Inbox]

THE INTERNET -- French brand A.P.C has created three quilts, all of which are online exclusives. The quilts have simple geometric patterns and range from $300 to $515 and are all stitched by hand. Beautiful, n'est ce pas? [Refinery29]

THE INTERNET -- Indie music sharing website Daytrotter asked Madewell to create a playlist for them, and the results include Mates of State, Bon Iver, and Local Natives. [Racked Inbox]