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Foreign Explanations: Of all the nutty fashion people, explaining Olivier Zahm to the unsuspecting masses is most entertaining. If the post itself d

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Foreign Explanations: Of all the nutty fashion people, explaining Olivier Zahm to the unsuspecting masses is most entertaining. If the post itself doesn't make you giggle, the comments definitely will. {Gawker} Royal Snap: Kate Middleton's taken a job assisting photographer Nikolai von Bismark while Prince William takes royal tours to Australia and New Zealand. It's not her first fashion job; she was an assistant accessories buyer at Jigsaw in 2006. {DailyStar} Posh Model: In other British tabloid news, Victoria Beckham and Simon Fuller are allegedly developing a plan for a modeling agency. We'd crack a joke, but we actually love her collection, so we'll wait and comment post-launch. {DailyMail} Valley of the Dolls: Ruth LaFerla profiled Mattel's new Fashionista Barbies (no relation), this weekend. The thought of "aspiring primary-school Rachel Zoes" is surprisingly disturbing. Its makers say the dolls are suited to this economy and promises they won't be driving limos anytime soon. {NYTimes}

Party People: As if you needed more picture proof to show you who parties hardest, here's a round-up (probably the first of many) of 2009's most ubiquitous players. Lorenzo Martone snags the "Resident Beefcake" title while LSD's named, "Our Lady of 1000 Dresses." {Style} F*%k Fashion: We're sure there's a way to relate John Slattery, aka Roger Sterling aka Carrie's peeing politician, to fashion, but instead of doing that we'll just point you in the direction of his latest Q&A and let you fall for him. {VanityFair}