This decision affirms a summary judgment on plaintiff’s antitrust claim against a competing fast fashion retailer which had refused to buy from clothing vendors unless they quit selling to plaintiff.  Plaintiff failed to present evidence of a horizontal agreement among the clothing vendors to not sell to plaintiff.  A vertical agreement between defendant and each vendor was not a per se antitrust violation but was instead examined under the rule of reason.  Plaintiff couldn’t satisfy that more difficult showing.  Plaintiff’s interference with prospective business relations claim was barred because plaintiff couldn’t show defendant’s conduct was independently wrongful.  Plaintiff’s interference with existing contracts claim failed for lack of evidence that defendant knew of any existing contract with which its conduct interfered.