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    19 Pictures That Prove Asos Is Conspiring To Turn Everyone Into Paris Hilton

    PSA: Juicy Couture tracksuits are back.

    1. Asos seems to be planning something.

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    2. Because everything it's selling seems to have already been sported by Paris Hilton a decade ago.

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    3. What can their intentions be?

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    4. It certainly can't be something coincidental. I mean, look at this.

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    5. It is absolutely impossible to sell Juicy Couture tracksuits without thinking of Paris Hilton.

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    6. This has to have been a conscious decision.

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    7. Someone high up at Asos must have said to themselves: "Enough! I've had enough of minimalism!"

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    8. Obviously, the natural antithesis of minimalism is not maximalism, as many might think, but Paris Hiltonism.

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    9. Asos obviously wants you to throw out your culottes and white tees.

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    10. And replace them with diamanté and pink frills.

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    11. And satin. Lots and lots of satin.

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    BONUS: Here's Nicky's outfit, too.

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    12. Also, tutus. They're back.

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    13. You can even channel a grungy late-'90s Paris.

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    14. It's about time, really.

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    15. Because Paris is bloody iconic.

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    16. So let's just give her the recognition she deserves.

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    17. Because some occasions call for metallic fabrics, really.

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    18. Asos just wants us to welcome pink back into our wardrobes.

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    19. And we should all be OK with that.

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    Just maybe not the bunny ears, though.