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Chanel's Fall Ads, PETA Slams the Olsens and More From Around the Web

After a decade of scouting locations for its NYC flagship, Nordstrom has finally found a spot near Columbus Circle. Fans will have a bit of a wait, though—the store is estimated to open in 2018. [Reuters]

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are being criticized by PETA for the patchwork fur bag they designed for The Row. The $16,900 backpack has the animal-rights organization calling the CFDA-winning designers "the Trollsen twins" for creating what they call a "shock value" accessory. [E! Online]

Yohji Yamamoto has many people speculating that his brand might be on the market after he wore a jacket with the words "For Sale" stitched on the back. [WWD]

British socialite Laura Bailey unveiled her favorite pieces from Topshop's summer collection. Her edit can be viewed on the company's website and in the Oxford Circus location of the store. [Telegraph]

A sort of blurry first look at Chanel's Fall 2012 campaign, scanned from anise of Vogue Italia. The image features model Lindsey Wixson wearing a short pink wig and oversized crystals. It's an interesting shot—we're excited to see it, and the rest of the ads, in high res. [Fashionista]

Lingerie brand Araks Fall 2012 cookbook is full of candid photographs taken by celebrities and industry insiders, including Michelle Williams and Alexa Chung. [Racked]

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