'GQ' is the latest to offer its morning-meal picks.
He has shiny eyes.
A first taste of the spring 2009 collections, Penn Badgley shot by Terry Richardson, eye patches, and more.
Well, it seemed that nobody was fired today. But that didn't mean there was good news.
Man of the Year? Really?
The Cambodian restaurant is in distinguished company.
On Governors Island today, they'll be demolishing ten buildings. But who says it's only little boys who will want to watch?
André Balazs and Vikram Chatwal get fixed up, too.
Consider, if you will, a world where diners wait for hours to eat in the most utilitarian of spaces, reservations are a coveted commodity for the select few with speedy Internet connections, and vegetarians are persona non grata.
If there were a National Magazine Award for meat writing, the contest would be over.
Plus, Katie Couric takes control of CBS News' political coverage, hotels keep cropping up in Gowanus, and KKR's IPO doesn't go as well as planned, all in our daily industry report.
"Wall Street got drunk," the president said, "and now it's got a hangover." Also, Donald Trump Jr. invests in India, 'Esquire' editors decide to flash people, and more, in our daily roundup of finance, real-estate, media, and law news.
TableXchange founder Dwight Lee looks dapper in a $3,265 outfit.
Also, does Dior Homme have its sights on Hedi Slimane? Giambattista Valli does bridalwear, and Marc Jacobs does yoga.
Also, the legendary adman and 'Esquire' cover designer has a new gig.
'The Nation' editor and publisher reminds lady bloggers that imitation is flattery, Dick Grasso heads to court, and either a W or a Westin sets its sights on the Lower East Side — all that and more, in our daily digest of media, finance, real-estate, and law news.
'Esquire' apparently didn’t think it was enough to immortalize David Chang in a photo portrait — they’ve now made him fodder for video art.