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Deciphering Fashion People, Kendall Jenner Stuns in 'Interview,' Many Retailers Don't Know Where Their Clothing Is Made

This may be the Kardashian sibling's best editorial to date.

To those who don't work in the industry — hell, even to some who do — "fashion people" can be tough to understand. So, Vanity Fair's Michael Carl has broken it all down for the baffled masses: Fashion girls wear boyfriend jeans, slouchy shirts and heels to work, and they love a big bag (never call it a purse). Also, one Tic Tac and a big gust of air is plenty for lunch. Don't worry, Carl is kidding. Well, kind of. {YouTube}

Kendall Jenner looks absolutely stunning in a black-and-white editorial shot by Mikael Jansson for Interview. Plus, we now know that she 1) once broke her school's high jump record, 2) used to have a bad lying habit and 3) looks up to her dad above all else. Oh, and that she looks fantastic with cat eye liner. {Interview}

Despite workers' rights organizations' best efforts to make people aware of where and under what conditions their clothing is made, it turns out retailers don't really know where much of their stock comes from. That's according to a yearlong survey of Bangladesh factories conducted by New York University's Center for Business and Human Rights, which found that many manufacturers employ subcontractors that may not be registered with trade organizations and may have very poor working conditions. {Huffington Post}

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