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Moda Operandi is opening its first brick and mortar pop-up Brazil. The shop will open in São Paulo in March and will feature British designers like Jonathan Saunders, Peter Pilotto, and Matthew Williamson. Plus, the company has enlisted the help of Alice Ferraz, founder of the "Brazilian blogging platform" F*Hits, to introduce the goods. In other news, America is jealous of the British-to-Latin America invasion. [WWD]