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Elisabeth Moss Pulls a Miley, 'Face-kinis' Exist and More From Around the Web

For some Chinese women, well-applied sunscreen isn't enough protection from UV rays. Many ladies from the country have taken to wearing fabric masks, or "face-kinis," to prevent their skin from getting darker. [NYT]

The brick and mortar portion of the Barneys Warehouse sale starts today in Manhattan—so stop by if you're in town! Here's a sneak peek of what you'll find and how much it's marked down. [Fashionista]

Footage of Chloë Sevigny modeling Opening Ceremony clothes that looks like it was shot with a '90s era VHS camera. On purpose, 'cause you know—that's kind of her thing. [Fashionologie]

A list of the 100 most powerful women in the world, determined by the good folks at Forbes. Lots fashionable females made the cut: Michelle Obama is number 7, securing the 14th spot is Lady Gaga and Diane von Furstenberg is on there, too, in 33rd place. [Forbes]

Elisabeth Moss cut off all her hair and dyed it blonde, yes, just like Miley. But the two looks are actually pretty different. The Mad Men actress' crop is very sleek and refined whereas Ms. Cyrus' style is much punkier. Which do you prefer? [The Cut]

It seems that Brian Atwood was inspired by 50 Shades of Grey while creating his new video campaign. The film stars Victoria Secret model Candice Swanepoel (only) wearing some very sexy shoes and engaging in elicit sexual activities. And in case you haven't already guessed guys, it's definitely NSFW. [Fashion Etc]

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