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A new exhibit at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. celebrates 50 years of Bond villains with a display of memorabilia from the movie franchise and historical artifacts once owned by real-life bad guys. [NY Times]

50 Cent was a big hit with the ladies of QVC when he stopped by the shopping network’s studios to hawk his new line of headphones. [Buzzfeed]

Is Barneys’ new Disney-themed campaign video just a fun Minnie Mouse meets Paris Fashion Week romp, or does is it promote negative stereotypes about the female body image, consumerism and the fashion industry? [Art Info]

The Rob Kardashian-designed Arthur George sock line has landed at Neiman Marcus. [Huffington Post]

Kate Moss will be the focus of an upcoming documentary, which will explore her relationship with Johnny Depp, the 1992 Calvin Klein campaign that led to her “nervous breakdown,” and more of the notoriously private supermodel’s personal and professional highs and lows. [Telegraph]

Hang on to your hats, Harry Potter fans! Physicists at Duke University have invented an invisibility cloak… sort of. [Phys.org]

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