The future is uncertain for the 400-person company.
"It's 'Survivor' meets 'The Office,'" says the idiot who came up with this.
Also, Rei Kawakubo is helping Japanese 'Vogue' open a store that's like a magazine you can walk into.
Also, Isaac Mizrahi wants his Liz Claiborne line to be the cheapest thing on its Macy's floor.
Changes at the city's temple of molecular gastronomy.
Also, Kate Winslet's daughter hated her Oscar dress.
Also, see more of Bar Refaeli in the new 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit issue.
Also, Swarovski plans layoffs and former Obedient Sons designers unveil new label.
With just one week until Fashion Week, they must be insane.
Also, Tom Ford's new ad campaign is out, and an 'America's Next Top Model' book is in the works.
Just in time for the holidays. Bah, humbug.
Things are looking grim in the world of food media.
That and the rest of the news from our bad media Monday.
At least three Time Inc. titles are looking for editorial staff to take voluntary buyouts.
It's not just a job, it's a mentality, according to the author of the new book, 'Damn It Feels Good to Be a Banker.'