Fashion News Roundup: Kate Middleton Involved in Fur Controversy, Kendall Jenner Models Swimwear, and Daniel Radcliffe is a Bullett Magazine Coverboy

Duchess Kate Was NOT Wearing Real Fur: All woodland creatures can now breathe a sigh of relief. After garnering praise from the International Fur Foundation and extreme criticism from PETA (shocker) over a shearling-type jacket she wore on an outing with Wills, the Palace sent out a press release stating that the fur worn by the Duchess formerly known as Kate Middleton was, indeed, faux. {Vogue UK} Get Ready for CK One Cosmetics: After 18 years as a brand, CK One will introduce its first-ever makeup collection. The reasonably priced cosmetics will launch in the US exclusively at Ulta stores in April. The beauty products, which are faced by the likes of Lara Stone and and Abbey Lee Kershaw, won't be about transformation (hello, digital alteration...), but about "looking real, defining yourself and adding intensity.” {WWD, subscription required} Daniel Radcliffe Does Bullett Magazine: If it's wrong for me to be strangely attracted to Dan Rad on his Bullett cover, why does it feel so very right? {MTV Style}
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Duchess Kate Was NOT Wearing Real Fur: All woodland creatures can now breathe a sigh of relief. After garnering praise from the International Fur Foundation and extreme criticism from PETA (shocker) over a shearling-type jacket she wore on an outing with Wills, the Palace sent out a press release stating that the fur worn by the Duchess formerly known as Kate Middleton was, indeed, faux. {Vogue UK} Get Ready for CK One Cosmetics: After 18 years as a brand, CK One will introduce its first-ever makeup collection. The reasonably priced cosmetics will launch in the US exclusively at Ulta stores in April. The beauty products, which are faced by the likes of Lara Stone and and Abbey Lee Kershaw, won't be about transformation (hello, digital alteration...), but about "looking real, defining yourself and adding intensity.” {WWD, subscription required} Daniel Radcliffe Does Bullett Magazine: If it's wrong for me to be strangely attracted to Dan Rad on his Bullett cover, why does it feel so very right? {MTV Style}
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Duchess Kate Was NOT Wearing Real Fur: All woodland creatures can now breathe a sigh of relief. After garnering praise from the International Fur Foundation and extreme criticism from PETA (shocker) over a shearling-type jacket she wore on an outing with Wills, the Palace sent out a press release stating that the fur worn by the Duchess formerly known as Kate Middleton was, indeed, faux. {Vogue UK}

Get Ready for CK One Cosmetics: After 18 years as a brand, CK One will introduce its first-ever makeup collection. The reasonably priced cosmetics will launch in the US exclusively at Ulta stores in April. The beauty products, which are faced by the likes of Lara Stone and and Abbey Lee Kershaw, won't be about transformation (hello, digital alteration...), but about "looking real, defining yourself and adding intensity.” {WWD, subscription required}

Daniel Radcliffe Does Bullett Magazine: If it's wrong for me to be strangely attracted to Dan Rad on his Bullett cover, why does it feel so very right? {MTV Style}

Kendall Jenner is a Swimsuit Model: This year, Kate Upton. Next year, Kendall Jenner? Here's the then-15-year-old Kardashian kinder showing off a wide array of expert modeling poses (lol) for Australian swimwear brand White Sands. Though we'll admit, she does look really pretty, and as far as most swimwear campaigns go, this one is actually totally age-appropriate. {Daily Mail}

Beverly Johnson Gets her OWN Show: The first black Vogue cover girl EVAR is getting her own reality show on Oprah's OWN network. According to OWN, the show will feature Johnson's extended family and will be "both humorous and heartfelt" as the ex-model tries to "bond with her daughter and son-in-law." Here's hoping Oprah keeps it classy, though in the world of reality tv, that's seldom ever the case. {ONTD}

What Inspired NYFW Designers: We've all been inspired by the collections that showed at NYFW, but what about what inspired the actual designers to make them? Here's a behind the scenes look at what makes our fav designers tick. {FabSugar}

Fashion Brawlers Headed to Court: As a follow-up to the fashion/rich people brawl that broke out in NYC last weekend, former club owner Adam Hock is now planning to sue Prince Pierre Casiraghi of Monaco, Stavros Niarchos, Diego Marroquin, and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld for assault with a deadly weapon - after Roitfelf bruised Hock's shoulder with a bottle of vodka. Even though Hock apparently broke the Prince's jaw in the fight. And the plot thickens... {NY Post}

Dolce & Gabbana is Launching a Leopard Print Bike: Though bike riding around NYC traffic often seems like a death wish, we might be swayed to give it a go on one of these not-yet released, limited edition Dolce & Gabbana "Animalier" bicycles. The editor of Grazia tried out one of the It-bikes and was "besotted" with it-- Hey, at least we'd be going out in style. {Grazia}

Tatty Devine Suing Over Blatant Claire's Rip-Offs: No bones about it-- bargain accessories chain Claire's has been ripping off Tatty Devine for years, and now the design duo behind the British brand are taking it to court. Jewelry designers Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine thinks it's "flattering" that Claire's clearly likes their stuff so much, but after nearly identical designs of at least five of their most recognizable pieces (including necklaces of dinosaur and fish skeletons) being sold through the chain, they've had enough. The copycat comparisons even inspired a Twitter trend last night. {Telegraph}