Fashion News Roundup: Kardashian Barbie Dolls Coming Soon, Kate Middleton Chooses Her Royal Charities, and Arizona Muse Covers February Vogue UK

Kardashian Sisters to be Barbie-fied: The Kardashian family's way of combating the bad publicity following the end of Kim's 72-day marriage is to continue their overexposure, as if the public isn't already sick of them. The Kardashians struck up a deal with Mattel to create Barbie dolls which will not only look like them, but, as a source tells Us Weekly "reflect their measurements." Barbie with a booty? We'll have to see it to believe it! {UsMagazine} The Duchess of Cambridge Chooses Her Charities: As part of her royal duties, Duchess KMidd has finally chosen the four charities she will patronize: the National Portrait Gallery (so they'll be sure to paint her looking extra fierce), Action on Addiction, East Anglia's Children's Hospices, and The Art Room, which provides art classes for at risk teens. All noble causes! {WWD (Subscription required)} Apparently, People Are Buying Paris Hilton's Fragrances: The socialite told FHM she's made 1.3 billion in revenue off her fragrances since 2005. Yeah, we're just as confused as you are. {JustJared}
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Kardashian Sisters to be Barbie-fied: The Kardashian family's way of combating the bad publicity following the end of Kim's 72-day marriage is to continue their overexposure, as if the public isn't already sick of them. The Kardashians struck up a deal with Mattel to create Barbie dolls which will not only look like them, but, as a source tells Us Weekly "reflect their measurements." Barbie with a booty? We'll have to see it to believe it! {UsMagazine} The Duchess of Cambridge Chooses Her Charities: As part of her royal duties, Duchess KMidd has finally chosen the four charities she will patronize: the National Portrait Gallery (so they'll be sure to paint her looking extra fierce), Action on Addiction, East Anglia's Children's Hospices, and The Art Room, which provides art classes for at risk teens. All noble causes! {WWD (Subscription required)} Apparently, People Are Buying Paris Hilton's Fragrances: The socialite told FHM she's made 1.3 billion in revenue off her fragrances since 2005. Yeah, we're just as confused as you are. {JustJared}
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Kardashian Sisters to be Barbie-fied: The Kardashian family's way of combating the bad publicity following the end of Kim's 72-day marriage is to continue their overexposure, as if the public isn't already sick of them. The Kardashians struck up a deal with Mattel to create Barbie dolls which will not only look like them, but, as a source tells Us Weekly "reflect their measurements." Barbie with a booty? We'll have to see it to believe it! {UsMagazine}

The Duchess of Cambridge Chooses Her Charities: As part of her royal duties, Duchess KMidd has finally chosen the four charities she will patronize: the National Portrait Gallery (so they'll be sure to paint her looking extra fierce), Action on Addiction, East Anglia's Children's Hospices, and The Art Room, which provides art classes for at risk teens. All noble causes! {WWD (Subscription required)}

Apparently, People Are Buying Paris Hilton's Fragrances: The socialite told FHM she's made 1.3 billion in revenue off her fragrances since 2005. Yeah, we're just as confused as you are. {JustJared}

Kate Moss' New Years Eve Karaoke serenade: The supermodel spent New Year's even in Jamaica, and performed a rendition of Blondie's "Rapture" to the likes of Grace Jones, Jamie Hince, and Terry Richardson. Not to throw shade, but knowing how rocking parties get on that island, this sounds like the most boring New Year's fête in all of Jamaica. {NYPost}

Arizona Muse Covers This Month's British Vogue: No, that's not a throwback cover from 1986, it's Arizona Muse cheesing hard in a granny-licious look from Prada's Spring 2012 collection. {The Cut}

Lauren Scruggs Steps Outside For the First Time Since Accident: The model/blogger took a trip to Whole Foods this week for the first time since she lost her left hand and eye after that horrible accident with a plane propeller. We're happy to hear that she's recovering so well! {People}

Franca Sozzani Visits Ghana: The editrix lent words of wisdom and priceless industry advice to a few young Ghanaian designers, who put on a fashion show for Ms. Sozzani. She was certainly impressed by what she saw, saying,"You have lots of potential in this country. During my stay in Africa, I visited Togo and Nigeria but it was only here in Ghana I noted an authentic sense of fashion." {Vogue.it}