Fashion T-Shirts Get Personal

FASHION
• Henry Holland's new line of naughty tees was finally revealed. Our favorite? WHAM BAM JESSICA STAM! [Fashionista]
• GLAAD is honoring Tom Ford at its annual Media Awards. Must not have seen that creepy Vanity Fair cover. [Fashion Week Daily]
• According to Yigal Azrouel and Viktor & Rolf, le geek c'est chic once again. [FlyPaper]

LAW
• A retired partner from Gibson Dunn & Crutcher sent out an e-mail with prominently placed F-word on behalf of GE and its CEO Jeff Immelt. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• Lead plaintiffs in the class-action suit against bar review company BAR/BRI are disappointed with a proposed $49 million settlement that would net class members only $125 each. [The Recorder]
• All that bad blood between Spitzer and the State Legislature didn't stop Albany lawmakers from confirming Theodore Jones Jr., the governor's first appointee to the Court of Appeals. Jones was the judge who fined transit-union chief Roger Toussaint and fined the union during the 2005 transit strike. [AP via Newsday]

FINANCE
• Given the weather forecast (snow, followed by freezing rain, then more snow), it seems like a strange day for Citigroup to sell its umbrella. The logo is going to St. Paul's Travelers for an undisclosed amount. [DealBook/NYT]
• Another Jeffries & Co. executive took early retirement for injuries sustained while dwarf-tossing. Or for funding bachelor parties and strippers in an effort to win more business from Fidelity. [NYP]
• Bill Gates and Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal are part of a private investment group that bought the Four Seasons chain. [Bloomberg News via NYDN]

MEDIA
• Sulzberger scrambles to save face, says "It is my heartfelt view that newspapers will be around — in print — for a long time." That won't make the staff hate him any less. [NYO]
• The Tribune Company sells New York's Spanish language newspaper Hoy to rival publisher ImpreMedia. [Newsday]
• ESPN Books is trying to tear its 18-to-34 demo away from SportsCenter long enough to read a sports book. Good luck with that. [WSJ]