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Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress Controversy, Diane Kruger Talks Boyfriends and More From Around the Web

Kate Middleton's wedding dress has certainly influenced fashion, but techies aren't so convinced of its importance. At a recent Wikimedia conference, the Duchess's gown was at the center of a heated debate, with some alleging that the page dedicated to the Sarah Burton design was "one of the lowest points ever reached by Wikipedia." Yikes! [Huffington Post]

Beaded necklaces are a big trend for guys right now, but they're girl-friendly enough that you'll want to wear them as well. [GQ]

Diane Kruger discusses the two main men in her life: boyfriend Joshua Jackson and neighbor Karl Lagerfeld. [Wall Street Journal]

If you ever wondered what HBO's Girls would be like if it was acted by woodland creatures, you're in luck. Because someone recast Hannah and the gang in a video short called Sqirls. [BuzzFeed]

Street style photography is not a new phenomenon, as these century-old pictures of women decked out in their Edwardian finest prove. [Daily Mail]

With plans to expand his design company into a full-fledged lifestyle brand, rocker Lenny Kravitz wants to become the next Ralph Lauren. [Telegraph]

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