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On the Racked: Beverly Tire Company, Mad Men Fashion, Rem Koolhaas Landing in...Seoul

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The latest shopping news from our shopping and street-obsessed sister, Racked LA...

BEVERLY BLVD: The tire rotates, but no one is home. Demin company Earnest Sewn was supposed to be opening a 6,000-square-foot store in the former home of Town Tire Co on Beverly Boulevard in February 2009, but the latest news is that the company has given up on that location entirely.

LOS ANGELES: Will you please look at this? OMG. "Eight-year-old Arlo Weiner, the son of Mad Men creator Matt Weiner, turns out to be rather dapper. He likes mixing patterns, he's been wearing top hats since he was three, and he once styled an outfit so mesmerizing, it caused Beck himself to follow him down the street like a stray puppy."

KOREA: Let us take a break from the sunny skies of Los Angeles and head over to Korea where we learn that Prada has enlisted Rem Koolhaas to design a tetrahedron-shaped mobile structure named the Prada Transformer, which will arrive in Seoul in April. Who says there is no work left for architects?
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