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Brands Caught Mislabeling Fur; The Worst Retail Holiday Songs

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· Fashion brands are still labeling real fur as faux [QZ]
· Designed-for-women wearable devices are still "dumb" [NYT]
· A history of missing nipples on Rolling Stone covers [The Cut]
· Lingerie line makes nudes in all skintones for women of color [Oprah]
· Why Jenna Lyons's social life is "the least of J.Crew's problems" [Yahoo]
· Retail workers share their most loathed Christmas songs [Inside Halton]
· Quvenzhané Wallis's second cute campaign for Armani Juniors [Fashionista]