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The Olsens' $55,000 Backpack, J Brand to Make Accessories And More From Around the Web

That $39,000 alligator backpack from the Olsen twins' The Row line just got fancified, if you can believe it. Thanks to artist Damien Hirst, it's now covered in a rainbow of plastic prescription pills and selling for a cool $55,000. [MTV Style]

Since H&M receipts clearly state that customers have 30 days to return products, those who bought things from the Maison Martin Margiela collab were pretty pissed to find out they really only had seven to get a full refund. Oops. [Racked]

Five years ago, designer collaborations would sell off hype alone. In today's world, when there's a new collaboration every three hours, that's not the case—but it's a good thing. [Advertising Age]

Now that it's under the Fast Retailing umbrella—parent company to Helmut Lang, Theory and Uniqlo—J Brand promises to expand both its stores and its selection, most likely offering both handbags and shoes as soon as next year. [WWD]

Magnetized clothing: good idea or bad idea? [Wired]

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