• Cover: October 31, 2014
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  • who knew?

    The Magnetic Dress

    Dutch designers Iris van Herpen and Jólan van der Wiel created a line of dresses made without traditional fabric, needles or thread. Instead, the pieces are held together by the power of magnets, reports Design Milk.

    The duo filtered a thick liquid mixture of resin and iron oxides, through a magnetic machine. The result? A soft, flexible material (resembling iron filings on a magnet) that was fashioned into a dress—no sewing required.

    Though there's no mention whether the dresses actually attract metal, refrain from wearing to the office or a scrapyard, just in case.
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  • this just in

    Stylish Pinning

    New York Fashion Week may still be a few days away, but at least you can start pinning the inspiration behind the spring 2014 collections while you wait.

    Pinterest launched a page on Wednesday devoted to Fashion Week, featuring boards from all of the designers as well as fashion bloggers and style websites. The pins showcase items and photographs that inspire these fashionistas as they prepare for Sept. 5. Happy pinning indeed.
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    Mom University

    Looking for parenting advice but don't want to subscribe to yet another mommy blog?

    Daily Candy has discovered Mom Assembly—a site with short video courses led by parenting experts, covering everything from infant CPR to sibling rivalry. Or teach a course if you have expertise to share.

    For $10, you get 90 minutes of class credit and each class takes only ten minutes to complete. Talk about a productive way to spend naptime.
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