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Vanessa Grigoriadis

January 22, 2007 |
Move to a Fantasy Island

How Maui taught me to love New York.

December 25, 2006 |
Because Our Socialites, Having Made It Here, Are Making It Everywhere

For now, they are our socialites, known on the East Side, and in Gstaad, and in Vogue. Enjoy them. With this kind of momentum, they’ll be famous before long.

December 18, 2006 | Features
The Genius Collector

Louise MacBain uses her classified-ad fortune, her string of art magazines,and her stunning appearance to bring some of the world’s most talented people into her orbit. To what purpose? Even she doesn’t seem to know.

November 6, 2006 |
Billionaires Are Free

And, these days, a dime a dozen. But even for today’s b boys, there are some things money can’t buy.

May 22, 2006 | Feature
You Too Can Be a Celebrity Journalist!

Jancee Dunn, grand wizard of the celebrity profile and all-around nice Jersey girl, reveals the secrets to making any star open up in her new memoir, But Enough About Me.

April 10, 2006
Los Angeles

For this special edition of Strategist, we subjected six great metropolises—London, Paris, Los Angeles, Sydney, Rome, and Miami—to the same scrutiny we bring to our own city every week. Now all you have to do is get on the plane.

February 13, 2006 | Spring Fashion
Karl Lagerfeld, Boy Prince of Fashion

It is 8 p.m., still early enough for tourists to stroll about and city buses to zoom by, and also too early for the arrival of Karl Lagerfeld, designer of Chanel, Fendi, Lagerfeld Collection, a new Karl Lagerfeld line, and “the reason we are all here!”

December 5, 2005 | Feature
Sex and the City: The Horror Movie

Peter Braunstein had a full pantheon of female style icons (Edie Sedgwick, Jane Fonda, Kate Moss) and a passion for Manolos as intense as Carrie Bradshaw’s. Then, fired from his job at Fairchild, jilted by a girlfriend, he descended into a world of dark fantasies—into which he allegedly brought a former colleague in a bizarre assault. The making of a tabloid monster.

November 7, 2005 | Vu.
Prince Street Prince

Hotelier turned developer André Balazs moved to Soho in 1984 and reimagined downtown in his own oh-so-tasteful image.

October 3, 2005 | Feature
Conan on the Couch

Conan O’Brien talks constantly about how no one cares about his show because it’s on too late. But in four years, when he takes over for Jay Leno, he’ll no longer have that excuse. Does comedy’s crown prince need a whole new shtick?

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