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Planet Blue Gets '90s Nostalgic in LA; Shoes for Freakishly Small-Footed Are Now Easy to Find; How to Smell Like a Superhero

The '90s according to Planet Blue, via Racked LA
The '90s according to Planet Blue, 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—Partake in the lookbook love for a very Dazed and Confused Planet Blue collection over on Racked LA.

NEW YORK—Here's a specialty shop the petite-footed among us should know about: The Little Shoe Store stocks only shoes in size three to six and, yes, they deliver!

CHICAGO—Reap new and awesome rewards at Mario Tricoci Hair Salon & Day Spa by becoming a member. Head to Racked Chicago to find out how and find the Mario Tricoci salons across the great state of Illinois.

SAN FRANCISCO—Today in tisk-tisks, San Francisco and Oakland were listed in the top 10 cities targeted by a "new breed of organized shoplifters."

DC—Smell like a superhero with this Captain America inspired cologne from Maryland-based fragrance company.

PHILLY—Find out where the blogger behind the Jersey Shore-based ThirtySomethingFashion gets the goods in Philly.