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Moda Operandi's $150,000 Blanket, Vanessa Seward's Second A.P.C. Capsule and More From Around the Web

Moda Operandi is selling a $150,000 blanket in a gift guide labeled "Extravagant Gestures"—a phrase that isn't at all redundant coming from that site. [Moda Operandi]

This seventy-two-year-old man is hilarious modelling outfits from his granddaughter's boutique. (And thanks to him, her sales completely spiked. We credit his Skinny Arm.) [Daily Mail]

The second Vanessa Seward for A.P.C. capsule collection will include denim of the gloriously high-waisted, trouser-like and vaguely French variety (of course). [Style.com]

Kristen Stewart's stylist, Tara Swennen, confirms it: she sometimes has to beg the actress with a "please, please, please" to get her to wear heels on the red carpet.  [The Cut]

Greenpeace tested clothing from 20 major fashion brands, and found traces of hazardous chemicals in at least one piece from every label. That's uplifting. [Business of Fashion]

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