The 5 Best Fashion Stories of the Week: Condom Gowns and Photobombing a Supermodel

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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Karlie Kloss Photobomber via Daily Dot

Best day of your life: being bombarded by paparazzi vying for your picture Worst day of your life: realizing they want a pic of the supermodel behind you Kara Dudley had both in one magical instant while shopping in NYC.

Crocs May Be Closing For Good via Wall Street Journal

"ColorfulCrocs" by MuLaN™ from Unknown - Flickr via Wikimedia Commons.

Say it ain't so! No, please say it is so. The clunky footwear meant for gardening and lazy days on the porch, but somehow became everyday shoes is showing signs of distress. Some think Croc's days are numbered. I can't say I am sad to see them go.

'Clueless' Style Evolution via Elle

Granted there have been a number of style setting movies to grace the silver screen, but one of my personal favorites is Clueless. Starring Alicia Silverstone as the richy rich but lovable Cher and Stacy Dash as her BFF Dionne, Clueless is and always will be THE best Jane Austen novel reboot - if you didn't know, educate yourself. Elle Magazine sat down with Dash to discuss her character's rule breaking fashion.

Evening Gowns Made of Condoms via The Gloss

I wish I had more to say, but my jaw is still on the floor.

Looking Biracial is a Beauty Trend Now via Bustle

Apparently we haven't learned our lesson when it comes to mimicking other races as a style statement. A YouTuber by the name of VenusAngelic is teaching women how to look half Japanese. There are so many layers of wrong, it's pretty much a racist onion. The sad thing is, she is not the only one.

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