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Mexican Blanket Shirts Are A Thing; International Mr. Leather Market Happened

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Margaritas not include, via Racked LA
Margaritas not include, via Racked LA

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Today we're bringing you our weekly retail updates from Racked's newest cities: DC, Philly, and San Francisco, courtesy of our Curbed sister sites. Excited? We sure are. And now, as usual, here's your end-of-the-day report on the fashion happenings in Racked cities around the country:

LOS ANGELES—If wearing a Mexican blanket feels like a solid idea to you, then hightail it to Opening Ceremony where Shaun Samson's Spring/Summer 2012 gear is holed up.

NEW YORK—Check out the three unbelievable retail crimes that went down this week, including one favorite by a Mrs. Kanye R. West. Only in NYC.

CHICAGO—If you're entertaining a fetish habit or just want some entertainment, head over to Racked Chicago and go behind the International Mr. Leather Market curtain. Be warned: There are things you can't un-see there.

SAN FRANCISCO—Introducing the Warby Parker of bras, courtesy of SF-based start up True & Co.

DC—Meet the Styleliner, a mobile high-end fashion boutique housed in a truck that started in NYC but will be in DC until June 17th.

PHILLY—Need an excuse to don a hat while shopping? The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair will wrap up its 116th year this Sunday.