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Sadly, Cathy Horyn's non-statement statement to WWD in response to Hedi Slimane's open letter (the one in which he calls her a "schoolyard bully") was not the end of our second favorite Fashion Month feud. Slimane tweeted last night, "The perfect integrity of the New York Times, and its writers, is not precisely 'just silly nonsense,'" followed by, "What is a 'silly nonsense' to me is Catty Horyn still singing her tired bias tune for the nyt. This is an embarrassment for the newspaper." [HediSlimane/Twitter, via The Cut]