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Crimes of Fashion

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The Smithsonian Institution may have a "Crime" artifact collection, but that doesn't mean they want OJ Simpson's acquittal suit—the look Simpson wore when the jury found him not guilty of the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The suit was cleared for donation to the Smithsonian by a judge, but "It is highly unlikely we will accept it," says an Institution official. The Smithsonian previously also passed on accepting Monica Lewinsky's infamous blue dress. [TMZ]