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After making our list of young folks taking over the fashion world, Annie Georgia Greenberg has compiled her list of New York City's most notable folks under 30. [Refinery29]

Just when it seemed Francesca Eastwood had made Hermès' hit list for destroying her Birkin bag in a photoshoot, Emma Hill has let a little factoid slip about the French fashion house's own pyrotechnic practices. According to the creative director of Mulberry, Hermès regularly burns its bags if they contain imperfections, no matter how minor. Just FYI, Hermès: we will gladly take any defective merchandise off your hands. [Telegraph]

You can now stock up on James Perse's soft cotton-y casual wear for a fraction of the regular price. The California-based T-shirt company started its bi-annual online sample sale today, and its full of great basics. [James Perse]

Gossip Girl costume guru Eric Daman premiered the first episode of his web reality show The Daman Chronicles, which takes place in our New York offices. [Cambio]

Let's just say that we have a sixth sense about these things: just days after we hypothesized that Carven could be opening a boutique in the Meatpacking District, the brand's designer Guillaume Henry confirmed that a freestanding Carven boutique will open "soon." In other news, we will now be offering psychic readings. [Fashionista]

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