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Fashion Industry Heads to the Polls Then Tweets About It; H&M Clears Out Anna Dello Russo Stuff to Make Way for Margiela

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Here's what happened today in Racked cities around the country:

NEW YORK—NYC fashion industry hits the polls and then Twitter, naturally.

LOS ANGELES—NYC-based blogger and photographer Garance Doré is in LA peddling her video web series Pardon My French. Here's how to suggest what she should do with it.

CHICAGO—Make way for Margiela: H&M is hawking the Anna Dello Russo collaboration as buy one, get one free.