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The 5 Best Fashion Stories of the Week: Dino Jewelry and a Backpack to Hold Your Goldfish

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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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Dino Jewelry for the Adventurer in Us All via The Cut

I am a sucker for beautiful jewelry and most women would agree that the rarer the gem the better. But now you can purchase a necklace billions of years in the making, that is if you have $57,000 in your wallet.

American Idol Host Now Suit Designer via The Hollywood Reporter

Ryan Seacrest, yes that guy on American Idol, has a men's clothing line in Macy's. Did I mention it is color coded for matching pleasure? For the color blind men of the world I suppose.

Unisex Fashion Is Here via Fashionista

Sharing your clothes with a close girlfriend or even your Mom is normal. Sharing a sweatshirt or baseball cap with your boyfriend is accepted. How about you and your man owning the exact same wardrobe? Hmmm....

Fish Bowl Backpack via The Huffington Post

You love fish, you love backpacks, let's combine the two and create something so strange it is brilliant.

For all those Daniel Radcliff Fans via Vogue

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