We Tried Kim Kardashian's Diet, Conde Nast Spins Off 'Lucky,' How Fashion People Work Out

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Inside, Kim K is crying out for bread. Photo: Steve Granitz/GettyImages

Inside, Kim K is crying out for bread. Photo: Steve Granitz/GettyImages

Dieting With the Stars: To kick off Fashionista's first Fitness Week, we wanted to know if Kim Kardashian's post-baby weight loss diet would work on normal folks, so we tested it out ourselves. For two veeeery long weeks. 

Accomplished: At the ripe old age of one, North West has already gotten an editorial in CR Fashion Book. Rocking out/being a baby in Chanel, no less. 

Pull It Together: A shirt coming untucked is one of those universal styling headaches. But good news! We found multiple solutions for fixing this issue.

Honest Advertising: ModCloth has become the first fashion company to sign an anti-Photoshopping pledge. Will others follow?

Slimming: Spanx has come out with a line of jeans that it claims will make you look trimmer. We took the pants for a test drive, because hey: It's way easier than dieting or exercise. 

Spinoff: Lucky staffers got some interesting news this week: The publication, which will soon also have an e-commerce site, is leaving Conde Nast to form a new joint venture with Beachmint.

New Look: Having hired Marissa Webb to lead design back in April, Banana Republic is debuting its new look. Will it win over fans?

Gym Rats: Ever wondered how fashion people stay so fit? We asked a bunch of industry insiders about their favorite workouts, and here's what they had to say. 

Hiring Spree: Damn! Having already nabbed Joe Zee and Bobbi Brown to lead its fashion and beauty websites, Yahoo has sniped a few more names from the magazine and fashion worlds, including the editor of Women's Health and editors from V, CR Fashion Book and Into the Gloss