5 Things To Know This AM — Oct 15 2010

A new bus service call the "Hipster Express" will shuttle it's namesakes between Brooklyn and D.C. The buses are outfitted with free wi-fi, room to stow bicycles, and tattooed, bearded, bespectacled boys wearing women's skinny jeans. (Curbed)
Ralph Lauren has opened his first women's flagship store on Madison Avenue. At a whooping 22,000 square-feet, it's bound to be a prepster's paradise. (WWD)
Gossip Girl stylist Eric Daman is designing a line of party dresses for...Charlotte Russe? We're not sure Blair Waldorf would approve. (The Cut)
Henri Bendel has teamed up with TKO Orlogi for a collection of slap band neon watches. As long as parachute pants don't come back in style, we're totally on board with this 90's revival. (T Magazine)
Vogue gets an inside look at Coco Rocha's swanky Gramercy abode. She certainly can't get out of bed for less than $10,000. (Vogue)

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