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Posted at 10:46 AM ET, 02/16/2011

Read this: Meet new supermodel Karlie Kloss; Christylez Bacon; Brandon Banks; Manny Pacquiao

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(Maria Valentino for The Washington Post) More Karlie Kloss photos

New supermodel alert!: Karlie Kloss, the darling of Fashion Week. "Some models' ways of getting down the runway belong in a Monty Python skit" -- but not Kloss: "Soft and powerful" is the way she moves. "Think of the breaking surf, swallows in flight, breezes through palm trees." (Yes, there is video of Kloss walking.) Interesting: Kloss is 18. And the story was written not by a fashion writer, but by our Pulitzer-winning dance critic, Sarah Kaufman.

In other news: Local hip-hop star of tomorrow Christylez Bacon has an interesting gig: Jamming at Reagan National's Terminal C for Black History Month... Redskins' Brandon Banks is in more serious condition than originally believed after nightclub stabbing.... Manny Pacquiao madness on Capitol Hill as the boxer-turned-Philippine politician greets his peers (and also promotes his upcoming Shane Mosely bout.)

By The Reliable Source  | February 16, 2011; 10:46 AM ET
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