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Clippings: "Counterfeit Triangle" Reopens for Business Edition



    - A settlement has been reached in the city's recent countefeit case in Chinatown, so the block known as "counterfeit triangle" will soon re-open.  Well, it'll re-open once the block's owners pay the city $800,000. [WWD]

    - The suit O.J. Simpson wore the day he was acquitted of murder in 1995 will be donated to the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Did you know it was Armani? [NBC Washington]

    - Salon is fretting over one of the models in the latest J.Crew catalog, wondering if she does, in fact, seem "extremely thin." We're not entirely sure we see her in that fashion, but the point that maybe we've all been overhwhelmed by too many skinny models overall is an interesting one. [Salon

    - Tucked away in an item about models and their fabulous fashion lines (Erin Wasson x RVCA, Kate Moss for Longchamp, etc.), is a lovely bit of news: Eva Herzigova will unveil her new line for fast-fashion line 1.2.3 on Thursday. [WWD]

    - Anyone who watches Kelly Cutrone's interview with Forbes will learn that some of the older (and by older, we mean 30-something) gals in her office at People's Revolution are making "a couple hundred thousand a year." Pretty impressive. [Forbes]