The 5 Best Fashion Stories of the Week: Celeb Impersonator Wins Instagram and Workout Gear Made of Sour Milk

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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Workout Clothes Made of Sour Milk via The New York Times

In this day and age, the innovative people behind fashion technology are making some real strides. One particular development is the area of alternative materials. Part recycling part weird science, the world of textiles is getting really interesting.

Curl Your Lashes with Fire via The Cut

I have heard of so many unique and shocking beauty treatments coming out lately, but this one takes the cake. Apparently, you can use a burning stick to curl your eyelashes and come away with your sight intact and most, if not all, your lashes.

Snoopy is Getting Fancy via WWD

The world famous beagle is getting a makeover thanks to some high end designers and strutting his stuff at New York Fashion Week. Snoopy and his little sister Belle - who knew - will be going on a world tour as part of the exhibit Snoopy and Belle in Fashion.

Imitation Is The Sincerest Form of Flattery via Mashable

Liam Martin has become an Instagram celebrity by imitating the celebs we all know and love. For nearly a year, Martin has been doing a bang up job recreating celeb looks, both good and bad, for his over one million followers. The results are hilarious.

The Best Version of Pharrell's Happy You Will See via YouTube

The members of a New Zealand retirement community remade the Pharrell Williams' mega hit Happy complete with the infamous hat. The residents wanted to show their grandkids what 80 years of happy look like. I dare you to watch this and not smile.

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