Grace Coddington put Kim Kardashian on Vogue.
Since the world has been cursing the Evil Queen of Storybrooke, Anna Wintour’s name ever since her cover for Vogue with Kardashiacant & Kanye was released, we assumed that Anna had fallen under the dark magic of Kim’s cottage cheese ass like so many before her had.
Fortunately for us, it wasn’t actually Anna’s idea.
According to the Financial Times, it was crazy ass bitch who may-or-may-not be in American Horror Story, Grace Coddington, who decided that Kim Kardashian would be a good call for anything other than moaning about her chemical peels in the voice of a baby prostitute.
“There was a wedding story to be done,” she explains. “And Anna probably had them in mind, because she had been seeing a lot of Kanye, so she said, ‘Maybe we should shoot it on lookalikes.’ And I thought, ‘Why not just do it on the real thing? This is Vogue.’
Aside from confirming she is indeed a witch from a tv series by putting Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue, Grace was not one to disappoint by adding in a little shady-as-fuck fashion bitchiness to let everyone know she still thinks Kimye are incredibly basic.
And I do think Kim Kardashian represents this moment in our culture. I’m fascinated by her, in the same way I’m fascinated by the people I see on the street or the subway.”
BWHAHAA. Like any basic bitch on the street. What Grace is saying is she might as well have put the bird lady from Home Alone 2 on the cover of Vogue in a tasteful issue where she would be dressed in turtle doves alone in Central Park.
She’s right though, Kim Kardashian does represent a moment in our culture, the moment where we all realized we were doomed as our future is going to be run by assholes talking about themselves and taking selfies every 40 seconds. Kim Kardashian is the moment in our culture where we accepted nuclear holocaust is probably the safest option for the galaxy as a whole.