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We Can’t Wait for the Wax Heatherette

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The wax version of Kate Moss at Madame Tussauds in London.Photo: Getty Images

• Kate Moss is the latest fashion celeb to be immortalized in wax. Visitors to Madame Tussauds in London can have their photos taken next to her on a bed. How apropos. [Downtown Darling]
• In an attempt to fatten up models, Krispy Kreme is sponsoring London Fashion Week parties. [On the Runway]
• Gisele Bündchen will walk just one runway this season — Dolce & Gabbana in Milan. The Brazilian supermodel is the face of D&G’s new fragrance, aptly named the One. [Fashion Week Daily]

• In a regulatory filing, Goldman Sachs let slip how much it pays its partner managing directors in base salary: $600,000. Competitors won’t be pleased; the average managing director on Wall Street makes $200,000 to $250,000. [Financial News via DealBook/NYT]
• Bank of America Specialists laid off 43 more trading-floor staffers yesterday and told employees to expect more. The death rattle from the NYSE’s trading floor gets louder. [NYP]
• Stephen Schwarzman’s birthday-bash guest list: the Trumps, the Money Honey, the Rod (Stewart), and your average assortment of CEOs and former Bill Clinton aides. [DealBook/NYT]

• In a move we can expect to see more of, Davis Polk & Wardwell has opened an office in Beijing, its first in mainland China. [NYLJ]
• A battle between legal academics in the Wall Street Journal indicates that the New York school supports instruction in talking loudly and faking it while Boston is more interested in building an “intellectual foundation.” Yeah, whatever. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• Under the state’s new advertising rules for lawyers, are they still allowed to have nicknames? Jim Shapiro would be nothing without “The Hammer.” [Sui Generis]

• David Pecker boots Star editor-in-chief Joe Dolce and taps the National Enquirer’s Candace Trunzo as his replacement. How is it that Bonnie Fuller always survives these overhauls? [Mediaweek]
• Bridie Clark not only had to put up with Judith Regan, but her brother was also charged with manslaughter in 2002. [The Transom/NYO]
• Walking to work this morning, Today host Meredith Viera slipped on the slush-ice-deathtrap and hit her head. Celebrities really are just like us. [TV Newser/Mediabistro]

We Can’t Wait for the Wax Heatherette