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Thursday Evening Spree

Nina_headshot_3 •Project Runway judge and Elle editrix Nina Garcia is the latest to take the quiz. (The Fashion Informer)
Zara is looking to go head to head with arch-rival H&M on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street. (RACKED)
TatananoThe Tata Nano: Would you drive an Indian-made car?
Would you drive an Indian-made car that got 50 MPG and only cost $2,550? (Cool Hunting)
New York is now requiring large retailers to take back plastic bags. China has banned them altogether. (PSFK)
Club Monaco has started to sell vintage Rolexes on the Upper West Side. Sound a little too much like parent company Polo Ralph Lauren? (Material Interest)
Reesegg• In the "What Took So Long?" department, Mulberry is finally dipping its toes in the footwear business. (See what we did there? 'dipping its toes into footwear'. We couldn't help ourselves.) (Vogue UK)
The Wall Street Journal weighs in on the awards show cancellations' impact on the fashion biz, so it must be serious. (Wall Street Journal)
• And, as predicted, The Fug Girls are none too pleased about losing an opportunity to go to town on Helena Bonham Carter either. (Daily Intelligencer/New York Fugging City)


Vintage rolexes also in a case in Club Monaco/Flatiron ... though I didn't realize they were for sale -- thought it was supposed to be "shopping art" or something

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