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H&M Goes to Synagogue

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Neck drapery, fringe, and linen are all pretty big trends right now. That's the only explanation we can think of for why the H&M on 86th Street would be selling what looks like a traditional Jewish prayer shawl. Dialing down the weirdness factor just a smidgen, a commenter on Jezebel reports that it's actually a poncho, not a scarf. [Jezebel]