Millennium Fashion: Diamond-Encrusted Clutch Costs $220,000 with 1,000-Year Warranty

Du Palais clutch bag
 
Would you pay SGD$220,000 for a clutch bag studded with hundreds of diamonds that offers a 1,000 year guarantee? British designer Christopher Shellis created a bag so extravagant that its warranty covers it for a millennium. The Du Palais clutch bag measures only 7 by 5 inches and is so small that it can hardly hold more than a cell phone, however the tiny bag is surprisingly heavy, weighing in at 542g, thanks to all the bling heaped on to it.
 

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5 Natural Remedies For Blackheads

washing face
 
Blackheads are the bane of beauty. Who does not love a flawless, glowing complexion? But unless you are rich enough to afford constant facial treatments and expensive facial products, or you are simply sponsored it, there is no way you can achieve that perfectly clear skin... or so dermatologists would want you to believe. Instead of zapping your face with painful lasers and slathering on overly-priced chemical products, why not go all natural with simple and economical home remedies?
 

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Japan Fashion: Bras For Men

Men Bras
 
Japan has done it again! Achieved weirdness when we think that they can't get any more weirder. Japan is going through a fashion phase where there's an uprising popularity in men wearing bras. A Japanese online shopping site, Rakuten, has six pages worth of bras on retail designed specifically for men.
 

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Real Rapunzels: Seven Sisters,11 meters of Hair and a Miracle

Sutherland Sisters real rapunzel hair
 
Seven sisters were crowned “America's first celebrity models” in the 19th century for their long and luscious flowing Rapunzel locks.
 

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Fur is Alive: Live Animals as Fashion Accessories

Fur is Alive
 
We have all seen photos of celebrities and socialites looking glamorous and so haute-couture wrapped in some designer’s mink stole. But the luxurious stole comes at the fatal price of a few innocent, adorable minks. Cecilia Valentine, a student designer, came up with a way to counter the merciless fashion fur trade by exhibiting live animals incarcerated in accessories.
 

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