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Must Read: Alexander Wang Threw Insta Shade At Philipp Plein, Meet The Models Who Deliver High-End Weed In NYC

Plus, one writer's take on why "fashion week isn't fun anymore."
We'd be feeling salty too, Wang. Photo: Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images

We'd be feeling salty too, Wang. Photo: Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Alexander Wang called out Philipp Plein for copying his show
Wang, king of fashion parties and Insta memes, took to social media yesterday with a post highlighting the similarities between his 2014 H&M collaboration show and Plein's NYFW debut this year. Nothing like a little internet snark to let the world know how you really feel. {The Cut}

Meet the model-turned-marijuana-dealer Green Angels
A model who used to work with Patrick Demarchelier started delivering weed to Rihanna, realized she could make more money selling pot than pictures, and voilà: the Green Angels were born. The organization consists of models and model-lookalikes who deliver high-end weed around the Big Apple, and they've never been busted in eight years of operations because "good-looking girls don't get searched." {GQ}

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Is fashion week not fun anymore?
If not, it might be because of the way that social media has forced everyone from celebs to the lowliest interns to act like they're constantly being watched — because they are. Combine that with an increasingly corporate atmosphere and a larger pool of people, some of whom may be more interested in getting a celebrity selfie than actually seeing beautiful clothing and you've got a recipe for fun-sucking, according to one writer. {The Cut}

India's sportswear market is booming
As the Indian consumer becomes more urbanized and interested in health and lifestyle products, the sportswear industry is getting more play in the country. The Indian sportswear market grew 22 percent from 2015 to 2016, far outpacing the sector's global growth of only 7 percent, and the growth is expected to continue. {Business of Fashion}

Canada Goose files for IPO
Toronto-based apparel company Canada Goose has filed for an IPO, according to CNBC Now, applying to list on the New York Stock Exchange under $GOOS; the brand — which, trend-wise, had a gangbuster season two years ago — is also reportedly seeking a listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange, TMX. {@CNBCnow/Twitter}

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