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Brooklyn Industries Has Some Heady Window Displays; Decades' Cameron Silver Gets Candid

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

NEW YORK—Today in racism, Brooklyn Industries asks the tough questions...through its window displays.

LOS ANGELES—Known to the world as the owner of Decades boutique, and to LA's fashion scene as its number one advocate, Cameron Silver has a lot to say about LA retail, his expansive suit collection, and what's in store for his new Bravo TV show.

CHICAGOIf you're planning a trip to Chicago in June, make it a point to stop by Clever Alice's pop-up shop for some of the city's home grown design at 75% off.