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August 30 2014

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it’s official: chinatown is NYC’s next shopping frontier

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If you haven’t already gotten the memo, shopping in Soho and the West Village is passé. Skip the tourists and the Marc Jacobs theme park and head to Chinatown, although we’re sure you’ve been boutique-ing there already.

Thanks to the lusty predilections of his character in Burn After Reading, George Clooney may have a new product line to endorse: sex toys. Your reasons for wanting to see the movie just increased tenfold, didn’t they?

Barack Obama likes to keep his distance from Hollywood’s PYTs: First the Democratic nominee denied his e-mail relationship with Scarlett, and now he’s (politely) declined Lindsay‘s. offer to help with his campaign. Ooh, snub; but how refreshingly presidential.

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  1. mhelseth says:

    Is everyone in the fashion industry going to vote for Obama? How sad…

  2. leira07 says:

    Uh, people don’t just vote for Obama because “they’re in the fashion industry”.. Plus I don’t think this is the place to be shooting off about your political views – however (un)informed you think you may be!

  3. mhelseth says:

    Then why is Alison mentioning Obama if she doesn’t want any comment on what she writes? And you’ve misread my comment. I asked a question; if everyone in the industry was voting for Obama was my quesiton. When I read fashion articles, he and his wife are the only candidate mentioned most of the time, so I wondered aloud, “Is everyone in the industry voting for this…man?” Apparently I touched enough of a nerve for you to shoot off an angry response, huh?

    But I’ll stick to fashion in my comments. Since I’m so uninformed.

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