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Prince George Wore the Best Fall Look, Sorry Fashion Week

The four-year-old who will one day rule the United Kingdom, if “rule” is a synonym for morosely cutting ribbons at important ceremonies, attended his first day of school today! In classic form, he also showed up wearing the absolutely ideal fall look not just for other four-year-olds, but for all adults everywhere.

Yes, it is officially Fashion Month, with shows in New York kicking off today and those in London, Milan, and Paris to follow thereafter. But unfortunately, all remaining outfits are canceled for the rest of the season because Prince George already wore the best one.

At first glance, it may seem like a standard British children’s school uniform:

Prince George
Photo: Richard Pohle/Getty Images

But take a closer look, and you’ll see this is actually the only autumn fashion inspiration you, a non-royal, non-four-year-old, likely non-British grown-up, need.

For instance, this sweater could absolutely pass as a decent Gucci knockoff, and this collar totally just got accepted into Harvard on a crew scholarship:

Prince George's sweater and collar combo.

These shorts are the ideal color and stiffness for such fall activities as haunted hayrides or accidentally spilling a bunch of cider all over your pants, while these loafers will make for TOP-NOTCH leaf crunches:

Prince George's shorts and loafers.

And finally, the best fall accessory of all: perfectly tousled side-swept hair and an expression that says, “DON’T EVEN TRY TO TALK TO ME UNLESS IT’S ABOUT HOT DRINKS WITH A SHITLOAD OF CLOVES IN THEM.”

Prince George's hair.

In conclusion, Fashion Month is canceled. Better luck in February! —Rebecca Jennings, associate producer

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Amazon Wants a Second HQ and 50,000 More Employees

Another day, another reminder that Amazon is taking over the world. The Seattle-based company is planning to spend $5 billion building a second headquarters in North America, and it’s soliciting suggestions for the location from any local economic development organization that wants to toss its city’s hat into the ring.

While an investment of this scale says a lot about Amazon’s ambitions — though, honestly, who wasn’t aware of Amazon’s ambitions? — it’s also going to create a lot of jobs. The new campus will be a “full equal” to Amazon’s Seattle HQ, a 33-building affair that serves as home base for over 40,000 of its 380,000 employees. Amazon says the second campus will eventually bring on another 50,000 full-time staffers.

Though that hiring spree will take place over the next 10 to 15 years, after construction has wrapped, it nonetheless stands in stark contrast to the current state of the overall retail business, which has suffered numerous bankruptcies and significant job losses this year. The Department of Labor’s most recent jobs report, published last Friday, shows that after cutting 1,900 jobs in July, retail added just 800 positions in August. —Eliza Brooke, senior reporter

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