Fashion News Roundup: Paris Hilton Covers Vanity Fair Spain, Karlie Kloss is Clothed in Vogue Japan, and Menswear Writers Mock Personal Style Bloggers

Why is Paris Hilton on the Cover of January's Vanity Fair Spain?: No, really, why? The socialite is decked out in all gold everything, clutching a Pomeranian who is hanging his adorable head in shame. {Racked} Lucky.com Gets Menswear Writers to Mock Lady Style Bloggers Poses: In an homage to the female fashion bloggers out there, Lucky.com got menswear editors to compete in a pose-off, mimicking the standard posing fare of big name bloggers. The result is hilarious. We don't know what it is about bearded men's attempts at ferocity that makes us chuckle. {Lucky} Karlie Kloss in Vogue Japan: The top model is featured in a spread for yet another international issue of the magazine, this time wearing more articles of clothing. {Fashionising} Tracy Reese Designs Tote Bags for Cancer: The designer has teamed up with Fashion Fights Cancer to create a set of limited edition printed tote bags, which will sell for $40 each. 100% of the proceeds will go to FFC. {WWD subscription required}
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Why is Paris Hilton on the Cover of January's Vanity Fair Spain?: No, really, why? The socialite is decked out in all gold everything, clutching a Pomeranian who is hanging his adorable head in shame. {Racked} Lucky.com Gets Menswear Writers to Mock Lady Style Bloggers Poses: In an homage to the female fashion bloggers out there, Lucky.com got menswear editors to compete in a pose-off, mimicking the standard posing fare of big name bloggers. The result is hilarious. We don't know what it is about bearded men's attempts at ferocity that makes us chuckle. {Lucky} Karlie Kloss in Vogue Japan: The top model is featured in a spread for yet another international issue of the magazine, this time wearing more articles of clothing. {Fashionising} Tracy Reese Designs Tote Bags for Cancer: The designer has teamed up with Fashion Fights Cancer to create a set of limited edition printed tote bags, which will sell for $40 each. 100% of the proceeds will go to FFC. {WWD subscription required}
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Why is Paris Hilton on the Cover of January's Vanity Fair Spain?: No, really, why? The socialite is decked out in all gold everything, clutching a Pomeranian who is hanging his adorable head in shame. {Racked}

Lucky.com Gets Menswear Writers to Mock Lady Style Bloggers Poses: In an homage to the female fashion bloggers out there, Lucky.com got menswear editors to compete in a pose-off, mimicking the standard posing fare of big name bloggers. The result is hilarious. We don't know what it is about bearded men's attempts at ferocity that makes us chuckle. {Lucky}

Karlie Kloss in Vogue Japan: The top model is featured in a spread for yet another international issue of the magazine, this time wearing more articles of clothing. {Fashionising}

Tracy Reese Designs Tote Bags for Cancer: The designer has teamed up with Fashion Fights Cancer to create a set of limited edition printed tote bags, which will sell for $40 each. 100% of the proceeds will go to FFC. {WWD subscription required}

American Eagle Opens New Stores in Three Different Countries: American Eagle, a.k.a Abercrombie minus the hot shirtless guys, has opened up stores in Morocco, Jordan, and Egypt, because there are not enough stores selling the same recycled button downs and jeans in the Middle East and North Africa. {WWD (Subscription required)}

Florence and The Machine to Perform at Harrod's If you're planning on hitting up Harrod's for their winter sale on December 27, be prepared to enjoy an acoustic performance from Florence and The Machine, who will be the first band to play in store in Harrod's 177 years of existence. {Telegraph}

Drake Drops New Music Video for The Motto: The emo rapper trades in his grandpa sweaters for a rather charming (and sold out) leopard print Supreme x North Face bubble jacket in his new video for The Motto, which, for reference is "YOLO", or "You only live once." {Necole Bitchie}

9,500 Year-Old Bracelet is Probably Better Quality Than Ones You Already Own: These days, we have machines to make cheap bracelets that scratch, break, and tarnish, but in 7500 BC all that was available was a pair of skilled hands. Computers are analyzing an obsidian (volcanic glass) bracelet, and are finding that even today's craftsmen would have a hard time improving on its impeccable design. Further proof that good quality never goes out of style. {Daily Mail}