Saks Fifth Avenue celebrated the tenth anniversary of “Key to the Cure” this week, but we were most interested in who could cure the economy. Beth Ostrosky said she cut back on shopping, but Christian Siriano was tight-lipped about his opinions. “I don’t want to get political,” he said. “People yell at me.” The First Amendment guarantees your right to be fierce, Christian!
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