These ASOS Models Look A Little Familiar...

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    It goes without saying that we spend a lot of time browsing ASOS. Sure, we can say it's work-related "research," but the truth is, it's just a great place to fantasize about your new wardrobe without straying into imaginary budget territory. But lately we've noticed a trend — the massive e-tailer seems to be casting its models with a very specific vision in mind. A familiar vision, in fact. We whipped out some Detective Benson levels of sleuthing and came to the conclusion that these models are actually carefully selected doppelgangers of some very famous faces.

    Of course, they're not perfect replicas; each of these girls has her own unique features. But, whether due to intentional makeup, hairstyling, and posing, or a natural resemblance, lots of these young ladies are definitely channeling some of the biggest names in the business. Check it out and tell us if you agree, or if we need to cool it on the crazy pills.

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