• Kim Jong Un’s wife is the latest fashion icon, according to China
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    Kim Jong Un’s wife is the latest fashion icon, according to China

    Ri Sol Ju's appearance this week has made her an overnight star in China.

  • The 2 things North Korea's Kim Yo Jong and Ivanka Trump have in common
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    The 2 things North Korea's Kim Yo Jong and Ivanka Trump have in common

    Kim Yo Jong is the sister of North Korean Supreme Leader — and frequent target of President Donald Trump’s Twitter attacks — Kim Jong Un.

  • North Korean 'army of beauties' rock throwback outfits hand-selected by Kim Jong Un
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    North Korean 'army of beauties' rock throwback outfits hand-selected by Kim Jong Un

    The outfits of North Korean 'army of beauties' include Zhivago-style fur pillbox hats, ruby red car-length coats with black fur stoles, black leather gloves, and booties.

  • Melania Trump's $2,950 hot pink dress distracts from her anti-bullying speech
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    Melania Trump's $2,950 hot pink dress distracts from her anti-bullying speech

    Melania Trump delivered an antibullying speech to world leaders, but her neon-pink attire may have overshadowed her message.

  • Kim Jong Un Is a Trendsetter
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    Lauren Tuck

    Kim Jong Un Is a Trendsetter

    Kim Jong Un has debuted a trapezoid-shaped voluminous new ‘do and has even shaped his eyebrows into what look like tiny little caterpillars. "Kim Jong Un unveils sculpted eyebrow work and defined hair at Politburo meeting today," NK News.org’s Frank Feinstein tweeted this week. The supreme leader considers himself such a fashion plate that in the past he has reportedly even mandated that his male citizens follow his beauty predilections and visit their barber for the same exact style.  This new hairstyle Un is sporting seems to be a variation on his signature style of shaved sides and a flop of black locks on top. While it’s well known that the chief of the Workers’ Party of Korea loves everything ’90s, particularly Dennis Rodman, perhaps it’s time for him to brush up on his cultural references, if not for him than the sake of his people.