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Chic Clicks: Cher's Wacky Wig is a Must See; Plus, Tom Ford Launching a Men's Grooming Line

06/19/2013 at 05:45 PM ET

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–She’s back…and so is the ’80s hair. We can’t stop talking about Cher’s crazy, multi-colored mohawk wig (that reminded at least one editor of roadkill), which she wore to perform The Voice last night [People]

–Find yourself lusting over the cast’s wardrobe on Pretty Little Liars? (That’s one of the main reasons we watch the show!) Here’s where to find the looks Lucy Hale, Shay Mitchell, Ashley Benson and Troian Bellisario don on the hit CW show [PopSugar]

–Tom Ford is expanding his empire to include a line of grooming products for men [WWD]

–Love uploading outfits on Instagram? Then you’re gonna want to check out Forever 21′s new social media platform, 21st Street, for a very interactive shopping (and sharing!) experience [Forever 21]

Bling Ring director Sofia Coppola knows how Karl Lagerfeld likes his coffee. She use to intern for the Chanel Creative Director in Paris! [Vogue UK]

–Obsessed with The Wanted? Then you’ll want to check out Buffalo’s latest ad campaign. Trust us! [Buffalo Jeans Facebook]

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