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Did Kimora Lee Simmons Steal Daria Werbowy's Cover of Vogue?

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And today in crazy fashion industry bananas-level speculation: Did Kimora Lee Simmons' head get photoshopped on Daria Werbowy's body for the new Baby Phat "Dare Me" fragrance campaign?

Sure, we're cynical enough to believe that something like this could easily happen in the image-making industry—after all, Kate Moss doesn't even use her own hands in commercials, and remember when Citroen dubbed over Claudia Schiffer's voice in its Xsara ads? But do you really think that Simmons' Baby Phat art director would knowingly select such a well-known, recent supermodel cover image to flip and Photoshop?

The jury's out. Let's see how this develops.
· Kimora Lee Simmons' 'Dare Me' Ad: Body Pulled From French Vogue Cover? [HuffPost]