5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 30 2013

One of fashion's finest collaborations comes in the form of JUUN.J's neoprene prints — an extension of the amazing, eye-popping work of Swedish artists Alex and Felix. (SSense)
No TV show is complete without a clothing line, right? No? We're just hoping this Downton Abbey edition doesn't end up in Sky Mall. (Vanity Fair)
The vintage trend is taking hold in China — but instead of old Dooney & Burkes and floral '90s mini dresses, customers are on the lookout for vintage watches. (WWD)
It's one thing to copy Kate Middleton's style after the fact, but what about predicting her future sellout hits before it's too late? (Styleite)
Condé Nast's fashion college has been a bit of a confusing project — but this helps shine some light on what could very well be a major player on fashion resumes of the future. (The Cut)

Photo: Alex & Felix/Courtesy of SSense.

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