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Well folks, that about does it for our first-ever Whale Week. Before we retire that adorable logo to the right, let's take one last look at some of the day's best coverage from our sister sites.

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RACKED NATIONAL—You spent your childhood freaking out about Caboodles; these teens, otherwise known as the Rich Kids of Instagram, are spending theirs filling the trunks of their cars with hanging dress shirts, or lining up Louboutins in their closets just so.

BOSTON—Realtor Laura Baldini is one of the best-dressed women in Boston, probably because her closet is filled with Lanvin and Rick Owens.

CHICAGO—Here's a whale starter kit for anyone trying to make a good impression in Wicker Park or the Ukrainian Village.

LOS ANGELES—Fashion Star's Louise Roe offers her opinions on the difference between rich girls in LA and London.

PHILADELPHIA—Fact: You can absolutely order a $14,000 diamond-threaded suit at this Rittenhouse store.

SAN FRANCISCO—Planning a trip to Hermès sometime soon? Here's what you should wear.