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Wal-Mart Solicits Food for Poor Employees; All About Muji LA

Cynthia Rowley. Photo via <a href="">The New Potato</a>.
Cynthia Rowley. Photo via The New Potato.

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· How Russian designer Vika Gazinskaya got her start [BoF]
· Cynthia Rowley on food, exercise and travel [The New Potato]
· Tumblr of note: Designers Touching Their Faces [DTTF/Tumblr]
· Muji's Hollywood store the first in the US to carry food [Racked LA]
· Tenants for Zappos' CEO's Container Park in Downtown Vegas [Racked Vegas]
· Designers Dolce & Gabbana drink upwards of 13 coffees daily [Harper's Bazaar]
· Local Wal-Mart asks poor shoppers to donate food for poor employees [Business Insider]