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London-based designer Jonathan Anderson dropped by Opening Ceremony's LA store recently to shepherd in the arrival of his summer collection. In addition to an in-store tutorial on the paisleys, cashmeres, and stripes from the line, Anderson answered a couple of questions for OC's blog—and from the sound of it, LA's famously heathly lifestyle won't be rubbing off on him anytime soon. According to the interview, his dinner the previous evening consisted of "a bottle of Lucozade [British Gatorade], a Mars Bar, and a pack of Marlboro Lights." Rock on, J.W. Rock on. [Opening Ceremony]