Kim Kardashian Might Get Her Vogue Cover, Models' Pre-Fashion Week Diets, The Queen Tells Kate Middleton to Wear Longer Skirts

And the New York Times' fashion staffers will be pulling double duty with Cathy Horyn gone.
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And the New York Times' fashion staffers will be pulling double duty with Cathy Horyn gone.
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The Queen has proclaimed Kate Middleton's hemlines too short. Bummer when your grandmother-in-law is the ruling monarch of your country. {Vanity Fair}

The New York Times will be relying on some freelancers and new staff to fill in for Cathy Horyn this fashion week. {WWD}

Joe Namath's Ice Age-appropriate Super Bowl coat got its own Twitter account, obviously. But this may not even be the football legend's most glam year yet (see: 1971). {NPR}

Katy Perry is the first person to reach 50 million Twitter followers, apparently owing to her intense love of sugary snacks. {Grazia}

For Catherine McNeil, prepping for fashion week involves juice and a whole lotta Soul Cycle. Realistic ways to look like a supermodel. {Style.com}

Have Kanye West's dreams come true? Kim Kardashian was allegedly shooting the cover of a certain glossy in L.A. this weekend. {Jezebel}

Cameron Diaz designed a collection for Pour La Victoire, and the actress admits to having some trouble keeping up with the fashion calendar. Hey, us, too. {Footwear News}

How to eat and drink your way to beautiful skin during the coldest months of the year, courtesy of pros like Gwyneth Paltrow's holistic doctor. "Sugarface," we learn, is not a compliment. {The Cut}

"Downton Abbey" superfans can now rent Lady Mary's glittery, leafy wedding tiara for over $205,000. It's gorgeous, but it seems a little unlucky, no? {Telegraph}

Sure, Bruno Mars was the headliner at the Super Bowl, but Beyoncé can still show up looking earth-crushingly beautiful. The singer continued on her streak of going long and sheer in Cavalli. {Us Weekly}