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What's in Fashion: Joan Rivers Goes Too Far, DVF Gets A TV Show, Kim and Kanye Cover Kills 'Vogue'?

Lots of breaking fashion news hits the interwebs and I don't want you to miss one bit of it. So, I present some of the biggest headlines each week for your reading pleasure. Click and enjoy!

Mixed reactions from the fashion world swirled after the Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Vogue cover debuted. But is Vogue now a sinking ship? via The Daily Beast

DVF reality show to premiere on E! via Vanity Fair

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martins are consciously uncoupling - the rest of civilization calls it divorce. via Goop

Joan Rivers may have taken fat shaming HBO Girls creator Lena Dunham too far this time. via USA Today

#cockinasock Revolution on Instagram - sorry Mom. via BuzzFeed

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This cover model is 13 years old - she started modeling at 10. via Fashionista

First Lady Michelle Obama knocked it out of the park in China - politically and fashionably. via New York Daily News

Mindy Kaling's show The Mindy Project is coming back in a few days, in celebration let's watch her raid the Vogue closet in this hilarious video. via Vogue

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