By Amy Larocca
After Vogue's images of its Kim Kardashian and Kanye West cover shoot went online on Friday, Elle's official Twitter account tweeted tips from Cate Blanchett's facialist on how to calm oneself down. Sarah Michelle Gellar announced that she'd be canceling her Vogue subscription, and all sorts of other people had all sorts of other things to say, the bulk of which can be summed up as "SHOCKED!" - as if the cover of Vogue was a much too rarefied and civilized a precinct to welcome a multiplatinum musician and his reality-star fiancée, who also happens to be one of the most famous women in the world.
This is a very strange status distinction - and I'm not being deliberately obtuse. Everything's vulgar now. But it turns out that, for a lot of people, Kim Kardashian - with her butt selfies and all the rest of it - is where the line gets drawn. Or maybe it's that Vogue is where the line gets drawn, since plenty of other magazines have featured Kardashian on the coverRead More »from Why Are People Being Snobs About Kim Kardashian on the Cover of Vogue?