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• InStyle Australia proclaims cover girl Kim Kardashian “The New Body,” letting little ladies all over the Outback know it’s okay to be curvy now that another lady is also curvy. The newlywed discusses the media maelstrom that was her wedding, saying she filmed it because she felt her fans “would feel cheated” if she didn’t. I feel cheated because this chick made $15million off her wedding, and I probably won’t be able to pay for mine! (InStyle Australia)
• Former model Omaima Aree Nelson has once again been denied parole after killing, cooking, and eating her husband back in 1991, whom she’d only been married to for three weeks. YUM! She says she killed him in self defense, as he was trying to strangle her: “If I didn’t defend my life, I would have been dead. I’m sorry it happened, but I’m glad I lived. I’m sorry I dismembered him.” Right. Thus saith the female praying mantis. (Coco Perez)
• The gorgeous Anais Mali is one of the faces for M.A.C. Cosmetics‘ Glitter & Ice holiday collection. Here she is alongside figure skater Johnny Weir and fellow model Ming Xi. She looks a little Joan Smalls-like in the shot, no? (Beauty is Diverse)
• Welp, get ready for tons of confusion for next year’s season of Spring 2013 shows. The Italian Chamber of Fashion has snubbed its proverbial nose at New York and London, officially setting the dates for Milan Fashion Week from September 19-25. This will overlap with New York (Sept 13-20) and will run completely through poor London’s week (Sept 21-to 25). To the conflict, Mario Boselli, head of the Italian Chamber of Fashion, says “let the best one win.” Sir. You are whylin’. Condé Nast previously said they will boycott Milan if they dared scheduled such an overlap, but we’ll have to see what happens! Stay tuned! (Fashionista)
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