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The Ladies Behind The GIOGO Show Speak Up; Tiffany's & Co. Gets a Pretty Mural

Reason #36 for checking out <b>GIOGO</b>: Cray cray nails, via Racked LA
Reason #36 for checking out GIOGO: Cray cray nails, via Racked LA

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Today we're bringing you our weekly retail updates from Racked's newest cities: DC, Seattle, Philadelphia, 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—Web series wunderkinds Tiana Brown and Julianne Waters of The GIOGO Show talk about what they talk about, touring with Britney and Christina, and where they get those rad nails done.

NEW YORK—If this is how pretty Tiffany's construction signage is, just imagine what the new Soho store will look like.

CHICAGO—Head here to learn how to look fabulous at 50, courtesy of the Drake Hotel's 50 & Beautiful runway show.

PHILLYKing of Prussia mall frequenters rejoice! You're getting a Topshop and Topman.

DC—How to trade up your digs for new digs, donate some suits, and meet Kelly Killoren Bensimon, should that be something you're into.

SEATTLEOsiris and Eunice Navarro of Badwill Market fame plan to launch an online vintage marketplace called Gidget: “yesteryear’s style for today’s sweetheart.”

SAN FRANCISCO—This is what a Renegade Craft Fair looks like. What it is exactly is still up for debate.