Bravo Makes Tim Gunn Work

FASHION
• Tim Gunn will carry on for another season of Project Runway. Bravo executives can now breathe. [Downtown Darling]
Vogue's May issue spotlights the ten new top models, including Jessica Stam, Chanel Iman, Coco Rocha, and Agyness Deyn. [Fashionologie]
• Henry Holland knockoffs continue to flood the market. The culprit this time: Urban Outfitters. [Fashionista]

MEDIA
• Jimmy Kimmel, sitting in for Larry King, told Gawker editor Emily Gould: "I just want you to think about your life because I would hate to see you arriving in hell and someone sending a text message saying 'Guess who's here!'" [Radar]
• Jared Kusher and the New York Observer are teaming up with real-estate firm Cushman & Wakefield for a weeklong "New York Observatory" installation in one of the firm's Soho retail spaces. [WWD]
• After years of berating just about everyone, will Don Imus finally get the hook for calling the Rutgers women's basketball team "nappy-headed ho's"? [NYDN]

FINANCE
• Does Citigroup want to hire former Morgan Stanley heir Vikram Pandit so bad it will buy his hedge fund for $600 million? [WSJ]
• When James Cramer makes a bad pick, viewers want his show canceled. [NYT]
• Did a stockbroker invent eggs Benedict? [NYT]

LAW
• That guy you always see whispering in Schumer's ear? Prett Bharara, Schumer's chief counsel and the point man on the Gonzalez probe. [Time]
• Spitzer nominates James Sheehan, an associate U.S. attorney in Philadelphia, to be the state Medicaid Inspector. [Law Blog/WSJ]
• H. Rodgin Cohen, chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell, says that other firms deal with sexual-discrimination complaints too — they just do it out of the spotlight. [Financial Times via Above the Law]