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EVERYWHERE—If there was ever even a shadow of a doubt that fixed gear bikes were having a moment, it's been put to rest now that Urban Outfitters has teamed up with Florida-based website Republic Bike. At the Urban Outfitters Bicycle Shop, users can pick their favorite colors for the grips, rims, frame, saddle and tires, and get the whole 24-pound contraption mailed to them for $399. Animal New York documents the reaction among biking aficionados. In short: "There goes the neighborhood." [ANY]
SOHO—We learn via Glamour's Twitter that the pop-up shop from LA vintage emporium Decadestwo, which was so popular (although expensive) back in May, is going to return to the space above Kiki De Montparnasse this fall. File this one under "developing." [Twitter]