- January 16, 2006
- How Would Jade Jagger Spend $11,250?
The creative director of Garrard plays with the price of the most expensive pearl necklace from her latest line of jewelry.
- October 24, 2005
- How Would Doo-Ri Chung Spend $16,000?
The designer won rave Fashion Week reviews with her ethereal jersey dresses, and now she’s got funding to expand her business. She tells us how she’d spend the cost of one season’s samples.
- August 22, 2005
- How Would 50 Cent Spend $3.5 Million?
It’s taken the rapper and first-time memoirist four years to renovate the Connecticut house he bought from Mike Tyson. We asked him how he’d spend the cost all at once.
- July 25, 2005
- How Would Adrian Grenier Spend $9,000?
The New York actor doesn’t live quite as large as Vincent Chase, the movie star he plays on HBO’s Entourage. Chase just treated his posse to a weekend at Sundance; we asked Grenier how he’d spend the cost of airfare and hotels himself.
- January 10, 2005
- How Would Kate Spade Spend $14,500?
The designer budgets her salary at her ﬁrst job—fashion assistant at Mademoiselle magazine—for herself and her baby-to-be.
- December 13, 2004
- How Would Thelma Golden Spend $84,727.50?
The chief curator of the Studio Museum in Harlem plays with the recent auction price (plus tax) of an untitled piece by Jean-Michel Basquiat.
- May 23, 2005
- How Would Enrique Norten Spend $100,000?
The Mexican architect is a contender to design a Guggenheim in Guadalajara, and he has two major New York projects in the works: the Harlem Park tower on 125th Street and a Brooklyn Public Library branch near BAM. We asked him how he’d spend the price of 100 study models for the library.
- March 7, 2005
- How Would Sally Hershberger Spend $2,031,855?
That’s how much it costs the celebrity stylist to produce one season of her new denim line—it’s called Shag, of course. Here, she blows the cash on her favorite things.
- November 8, 2004
- How Would Giorgio Armani Spend $54,375?
The legendary designer blew the price of a custom-beaded dress from his spring Atelier collection (plus 8.75 percent tax). Theoretically.
- March 23, 2005
- ECONOMY OF ONE