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Actor Sean Connery poses as James Bond next to his Aston Martin DB5 in a scene from the United Artists release 'Goldfinger' in 1964. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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'Every Guy Wants To Be James Bond.' But Would They Pay $545 For His Onesie?

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Women stroll on a Tehran street. Iranians are bracing themselves for extra scrutiny of their dress and behavior when a new, undercover morality police squad is deployed. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Springtime In Iran Means The 'Morality Police' Are Out In Force

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As we purchase more clothes, more waste is accumulated. Some companies and grassroots organizations are looking to change that with new initiatives. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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Power Suits: How Dressing For Success At Work Can Pay Off

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