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Starting Nov. 5, Louis Vuitton's window displays will pay tribute to Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.

SOUND OF STYLE: Plenty of pop artists have jumped on the design bandwagon, so it was only a matter of time before music stores started selling rock-inspired fashion along with CDs and DVDs. HMV, the U.K. music retailer, will reveal today that, as of next week, 38 of its largest stores will start carrying men’s streetwear labels including Boxfresh, Lee Jeans, Eastpak and Fly 53. Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter's label, Rocawear, also will be sold at HMV’s Oxford Circus, London, flagship. The ranges will launch in HMV stores Wednesday, and will be housed in a department branded The Studio, which also will carry licensed entertainment products, such as band T-shirts. A spokesman for HMV said the store will focus on men’s wear to begin with, but plans to add women’s wear “in due course.”

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