Karlie Kloss Goes to the Moon, Prabal Gurung Does Footwear at NYFW

And Condé Nast has a big new hire.
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And Condé Nast has a big new hire.
The other 3D Karlie. Photo: Brad Barket/GettyImages

The other 3D Karlie. Photo: Brad Barket/GettyImages

Prabal Gurung is releasing his own line of shoes with six styles (including stilettos), which will debut at during his Fashion Week show on Saturday. But if you can't check them out live, the advertisements will be going up soon at bus stops along Madison Avenue. {WWD}

Gina Sanders, a Condé Nast veteran of 26 years, has taken on the brand new position as President of Condé Nast Global Development, overseeing 30 markets worldwide. That also means she'll have offices in both New York and Paris. Fancy. {The New York Times}

Vogue created a miniature 3D-printed Karlie Kloss doll and photographed her all over the world, sending her a total of over 100,000 miles in 80 days. She's been as far as Malaysia and as high as the moon. She's also lost a total of thirteen limbs so far. {Vogue}

American Apparel creates "cheeky" new back-to-school ads featuring the classic plaid Catholic schoolgirl skirt and models in their underwear. How surprised are you? Scale of 1-10. {The Telegraph}

YIKES. We're gonna go out on a limb here and assume the clothing budget for Kim Kardashian's British GQ covershoot was really, really small. {Necole Bitchie}