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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.

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}

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