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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Thursday, September 20, 2012
You've heard the big Kate Middleton story this week right? No, no. Not the topless photos. The one that the Duchess of Cambridge is super duper pregnant.

In its September 17th issue, Star magazine first crowed, "It's Official -- Kate's Pregnant!" And just a week later, it "confirmed" that "It's Twins!" The huge cover photo of Catherine in her Prabal Gurung dress, taken at the the state dinner in Singapore last week, even seems to show her with a hint of a bump.

And yet we smell Photoshop... click to see the original pic before Star got their hands on it.
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Pauline Millard: Trends From the Jazz Age That I Hope Catch on
It's fall, which for a lot of people is a season of change. Even though The Great Gatsby won't be hitting theaters for almost a year, there's no reason not to embrace the 1920s style that so many of us thought was coming.
Christina Anderson: Dear Nicki Minaj, Please Stop Looking Like A Hot Mess (PHOTOS)
Nicki Minaj is attractive. Blessed with big eyes, luscious lips, blindingly white teeth and to-die-for curves, she's a beautiful gal. But she is absolutely lost in the hot mess that has become her wardrobe.
Martin Katz: Unraveling the Red Carpet
In the early 1990's, the red carpet was far from the international fashion frenzy it has become today. No one ever heard of paying a stylist to "place" a piece of jewelry on a celebrity client, and loaning jewelry to the stars, so common today, was nearly unheard of -- or at least not widely discussed.
Liz Smith: Fashion, Art And Gloria Vanderbilt
Fashion was happening last week at the New York Design Center where everybody went to see Gloria Vanderbilt's beautiful art works.
Franca Sozzani: In London the Big Names of Fashion Take on the Runway While the VFNO Debuts in Florence
Philip Treacy, Christopher Kane, Erdem, Mary Katrantzou, Burberry, Peter Pilotto: all the London stars, all together in the space of a few hours. All so different from one another -- not even color acts as a common thread for the shows.

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