Kylie Jenner cleans closet, sends designer clothes to eBay

From Kylie Jenner's closet to no-fuss hair color to boy shorts, here's what's making fashion news today

Teen fashionsta Kylie Jenner of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is doing some spring cleaning: She's listed a bunch of her cast-off Saint Laurents, Chanels, Celines -- even some Nasty Gals -- for sale on Ebay. (As a matter of fact, all the Kardashian gals have Ebay stores. Happy browsing!)  [Racked]

IMG, the world's largest modeling agency, signed transgender model-actress Hari Nef to a global contract. [Los Angeles Times]

Is thong underwear on the way out? Young women increasingly are choosing boyshorts and briefs. [NYT]

The Hillary Clinton campaign is making hay -- and some money too -- with a T-shirt spoofing her much-mocked affection for pantsuits. [Los Angeles Times]

The next big thing in hair color? "Lived-in color," a subtle, long-lasting technique pioneered by L.A. stylist Johnny Ramirez. [The Cut]

Soccer apparel and footwear sales are increasing in the U.S. while  those of baseball and football  are declining. [Los Angeles Times]


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