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Lululemon for Kids; Why Russian Fashion Is In Danger

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· Why fashion isn't safe in Russia [R29]
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· Lululemon's got a plan to hook kids on its gear [Business Insider]
· Why self-tracking apps keep leaving out women [Mashable]
· Girls compete for 'angel' title in wake of Santa's retirement [WSJ]
· Anna Sheffield describes her 'sweet and salty' jewelry [Racked NY]
· It's time to stop using 'masculine' and 'feminine' descriptors in real estate [Curbed]
· Estee Lauder's creative director has a second career as a major Instagram artist [Racked Miami]