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Must Read: The World's Plastic Surgery Capitals, Stateside Louis Vuitton x Supreme Pop-Ups

Plus, Buro 24/7 and 'System' Magazine are linking up.
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Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery, Inc.

Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery, Inc.

Inside the plastic surgery capitals of the world
America, Brazil, Japan, Italy and Mexico account for almost half of the world's documented cosmetic surgeries, while nations like South Korea, France and Italy boast high per-capita surgery rates. The globalization of beauty has affected what is considered desirable, according to president of The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons Renato Saltz. "These days we see an amalgamation of European and Asian features, with South American bodies," he said. {Business of Fashion}

More Louis Vuitton x Supreme pop-ups are coming to the U.S.
The buzziest of designer collabs already dropped at global pop-ups, but now the Louis Vuitton x Supreme collab is coming to even more locations in the U.S., including Los Angeles and Miami. Still no New York, unfortunately. {Highsnobiety}

Buro 24/7 and System Magazine link up
Miroslava Duma's digital media company is teaming up with independent magazine System to enable both brands to better pursue telling fashion-driven stories in commercial and editorial contexts. "In an era when media giants are acquiring the credibility of independent titles, Buro and System are consciously eschewing this David-and-Goliath approach in favor of a genuine partnership," said Duma. {Business of Fashion}

Can streetwear make luxury brands cool again?
Louis Vuitton x Supreme, Tommy Hilfiger x Vetements, Burberry x Gosha Rubchinskiy — luxury brands are collaborating with streetwear labels right and left. So who does the move most benefit? "For the most part it is the luxury brands that... need credibility in the streetwear space, not the other way around," claimed Highsnobiety founder David Fischer. {Business of Fashion}

Dover Street Market is opening a Los Angeles location
Dover Street Market is adding Los Angeles to its store location list, which currently includes London, Tokyo and New York. The new store will open in LA's downtown Arts District in March 2018. {WWD}

Reformation's vintage-dedicated shop opened on Melrose Avenue
Cult favorite brand Reformation got its start with founder Yael Aflalo reviving vintage pieces, and now it's come full circle with a vintage-dedicated store space on Melrose Avenue in LA. The hand-picked vintage pieces retail from $38 to $300. {WWD}

Rodarte designers talk about their move to Paris
Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the design duo behind Rodarte, just moved their brand to Paris. While the label is relatively unknown in France and has yet to be acknowledged as an official couturier, the sisters feel good about their decision. "I like being part of a new situation," said Laura. "It makes you feel less attached to the way that you were doing something before." {New York Times}

13 people charged in the wake of fatal Bangladesh factory accident
A boiler explosion at a garment factory in Bangladesh on Monday killed 13 people and injured dozens more. Now, 13 people allegedly responsible for the accident, including the boiler operators, are being charged with everything from negligence to murder. {Business of Fashion}

Cara Delevingne has a song with Pharrell on the "Valerian" soundtrack
On Wednesday, Cara Delevingne took to Instagram to post an image of the record and tracklist for the soundtrack of her new film "Valerian," revealing that she has a song on the album with Pharrell. "If this is a dream please don't wake me up!! AGGGGGHHHHH" she captioned the photo, hashtagging "grateful." {@caradelevingne/Instagram} 

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