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Gisele Is the Highest-Paid Model

'Forbes' annual list of the world's highest-paid models is out. Gisele nabbed the number one spot, earning $35 million over the past 12 months.

McCain He Is

The presidential candidate confuses Brooklyn residents by choosing an unlikely location in which to announce his new economic plan.

Heidi Klum Saves Your Face; Daria Werbowy Just Paints It

Heidi Klum has a new skin-care product that should make you glow like a Project Runway winner, Daria Werbowy releases a three-piece makeup collection for Lancôme through Sephora, and Izod's got a new manly scent for your boy.

Star Tattoo Secret Model Symbol

Models may be blank canvases for designers to create their masterpieces, but some ladies are getting a little crafty themselves. Yes, our lovely, leggy lasses have discovered the ever so ubiquitous trend of tattoos.

Between the Sheets

Some of our favorite girls really could have shot spring editorials in their sleep and will probably inspire some..um..vivid dreams for their readers.

Ungaro Is Hip Again; Mixed Reviews for Dries Van Noten

• Just 23 years old, Esteban Cortazar brought the "It" factor back to the house of Emanuel Ungaro. [Times] • Dries Van Noten disappoints Cathy Horyn, and Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo makes her "think the trashiness, the allure and counterpoint of trashiness, is very interesting at the moment." [On the Runway/NYT]

Kate Middleton Quits Fashion — Soon to Be Engaged?

FASHION • Princely girlfriend Kate Middleton quit her job at fashion chain Jigsaw, sparking rumors of an imminent engagement! [British Vogue] • Daria Werbowy is doing a line of makeup for Lancôme that benefits a Brazilian children’s charity. Hot and philanthropic? Sigh. [Fashionista] • Surprise, surprise: This holiday shopping season is gonna suck for retailers. [NYT]

Brick-Oven-Pizza Perfection Comes to Carroll Gardens

Slavering outer-borough Chowhounders have recently been storming the unmarked gates of Carroll Gardens's newest brick-oven pizzeria, a rustic establishment being compared on that contentious, cultlike Website to such sacred pizza cows as Di Fara's. It's not only the posters who've evoked that mythic name — chef-owner Mark Iacono has as well. "My favorite pizza is Di Fara," says Iacono, who looks a little like a Pope of Greenwich Village–era Eric Roberts. "The recipe is pretty much the same. Difference is, mine is made in a brick oven." His pie is also imbued with a feisty smokiness, courtesy of a wood fire, and has a flavorful crust that's comparatively soft and puffy, closer to classic coal-oven practitioners like Totonno's and Grimaldi's than Di Fara's. "I call it old-school-Brooklyn style," he says. "That's what I'm going for."