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The 5 Best Fashion Stories of the Week: Bracelet Phone Charger and Anna Wintour Gets Iced

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Lots of breaking fashion news hits the interwebs and I don't want you to miss one bit of it. So, I present some of the biggest headlines each week for your reading pleasure.

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An Instagram Account Dedicated to A Shirt via Instagram

The J. Crew Gingham print button down is loved by all and mean ALL. (See NYC cabbie)

Selfie Tee via Buzzfeed

Taking a selfie has morphed from a simple act of sharing to a serious enterprise. So much so, that a new tT-shirt has been created specifically for the effort. Designed by Russian fashion designer named Timur Kim and costing a whopping $166.

A Cute Charger Bracelet Is Here via Fashionista

At long last we may have an cure for the dreaded "my cell phone is dying" panic that grips you when those last two bars turn red. To top it off, it is wearable and actually kinda cute. Thank the lovely people of Q Designs for this wonderfulness.

Cartoon Lip Artist Takes Over Instagram via Bustle

This is so cool, you have to see it to believe it.

Anna Wintour Takes the Ice Bucket Challenge ...will the wonders never cease.

Post by Vogue.

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