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Now you don't have to be a subscriber to get a little dish from fashion trade Women's Wear Daily. The pub has recently launched a blog, WWD B, in which writers give a more experiential account of stories they've covered and interviews. In a post from today, "Mary-Kate and Ashley: Just Don’t Call Them Twins," Accessories Market Editor Caroline Tell recounts her interview, first with Ashley, "speaking with Ashley was more like chatting with the president of a business, which, I suppose, she is...we talked executive stuff: licensing, retail strategies..."; and then with M-K: "She talked about going into Robert Lee Morris’ studio and playing dress-up with his couture pieces from fashion shows he’s done for Donna Karan and Karl Lagerfeld..." [WWD B]