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What's in Fashion: Redheads May Go Extinct and How to Ride a Bike in a Skirt

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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. Click and enjoy!

Thanks to 3D printing you can have perfect earbuds. Via The Verge

Redheads to go extinct because of global warming, says science. Via Stylecaster

Changing rooms that compliment you as you try on, yes! Via Get West London

Double check your donation bin. It may be fake. Via Refinery 29

Because Dubai needs another ridiculously amazing thing. Via CBS News

Ellen DeGeneres turns lifestyle guru. Via Fashionista

The answer to the age old conundrum of skirts + bicycle - VIDEO. Via Huffington Post

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