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EVERYWHERE—Two more designers have climbed into the Urban Outfitters collaborations clown car. Later this month, the hipster megastore will launch Grey Antics by Grey Ant, the L.A. line known for high-waisted jeans, and in mid-September it'll start carrying designs by Spring & Clifton, which is run by a former C. Ronson designer. The first four Spring & Clifton items, some inexplicably modeled by former MTV VJ SuChin Pak (pictured), are viewable online now. [Nylon]
COBBLE HILL—Remember that New York Magazine article from last year about how working at Trader Joe's is actually kind of fun? The pleasure could be yours this fall: Trader Joe's Brooklyn is hiring for two positions. "We're looking for someone who can create an exciting, warm, fun and friendly shopping environment," the company says of the Food Demonstrator gig, "Lots of customer interaction. This is a great job for a real people-person." As for potential Crew Members, it might help to be peppy. The job entails "making sure that our Customers have a truly terrific shopping adventure!" [McBrooklyn]