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Angelika Kocheva

  1. model tracker
    Lara Stone Is Thursday’s Top ModelThe Dutch model finally made an appearance this week, closing for Calvin Klein.
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    Samantha Gradoville Is Milan’s Top ModelThis season left very little breathing room for any model that wasn’t already established.
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    Sigrid Agren Is Sunday’s Top ModelWelcome back to the game, Sigrid!
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    Freja Beha Is Paris Fashion Week’s Top ModelParis Fashion Week usually births an emerging runway star, but this season was overrun with the tried-and-true favorites.
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    Jourdan Dunn Is London Fashion Week’s Top ModelLondon’s runways featured a mix of iconic faces and fresh beauties.
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    Trish Goff Is Saturday’s Top ModelThe late-nineties “It” girl hasn’t hit the catwalk since 2007, but closed Alex Wang.
  7. the greatest depression
    Citigroup and Morgan Stanley to Share Custody of Smith BarneyCiti will continue to own 49 percent of the unit and see it on weekends and holidays.
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    Our Favorite Model Cards From the New Show Packages’Tis the season for model cards! We picked our five favorite ones.
  9. House Mix
    Pour One Out for Phil Lynott at Le LupanarIf you’re going to open a restaurant in the Lower Eastpacking District, it better ROCK. When we called Le Lupanar on Saturday, the hostess told us to expect French house music (“we’re still experimenting”), but when we arrived, we got a familiar mix closer to what you’d expect at Fat Baby up the block. Not that we’re complaining — we like TV on the Radio just fine, and the two beers the BYOB restaurant provided made us forgive the Thin Lizzy.
  10. company town
    Stephen Colbert Doesn’t Make the BallotMEDIA • Hollywood and television writers have decided to strike and will announce a walk-out deadline by noon today. Late night will be most immediately effected — guess we’ll find out just how funny Jon Stewart and David Letterman really are. [NYT] • The South Carolina Democratic executive committee rejected self-proclaimed “favorite son” Stephen Colbert’s attempt to get on the ballot. Colbert now has to accumulate 10,000 signatures to make the ballot as an independent or pay the Republicans $35,000. Tough decision. [HuffPo] • Don Imus signed a deal with Citadel to return to radio, broadcasting on WABC in New York and syndicated nationally on ABC Radio. The I-Man had to settle for $5 million a year, half of what he made with CBS. [WSJ]
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