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Kim Kardashian Broke the Internet, Kathy Griffin to Possibly Host 'Fashion Police'

And Naomi Campbell is selling her designer clothes for Ebola.

Kim Kardashian broke the Internet — literally. Her nude photo shoot for Paper Magazine brought an estimated 5 million unique visitors to their website in the first 30 hours, but the magazine thinks it's even higher than that because Google Analytics broke down. Kim sure has a lot of, erm, assets. {WWD}

Kathy Griffin says that E! has offered her the position as the co-host of 'Fashion Police,' replacing the late Joan Rivers. However, she also says she's not sure if she wants to accept the offer. Stay tuned. {Access Hollywood}

Naomi Campbell is setting up a pop-up shop in Westfield London the week of November 28, where she will be selling her secondhand designer clothes to go towards Ebola efforts. Some of her other supermodel friends have also donated clothes, including Kate Moss. How cheap is a last minute flight to London? Asking for a friend... {Telegraph}

Tom Ford is launching 50 "clutch-sized" lipsticks named after past or present men in his life. He also discusses ambitions of wanting to become one of the top five luxury brands in the world by turning it into a $3 billion business — all while running an iconic fashion label and chasing after his toddler son. {WWD}

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