Displaying all articles tagged:

Harper's Bazaar

Most Recent Articles

The Summer Is Getting REALLY Sticky and Unpleasant for Dick Fuld

The Lehmann Brothers CEO says he's "disappointed" by losses as rumors of the firm's demise intensify, 'Bazaar' editor Glenda Bailey becomes a dame, and Britney's NYC apartment goes on the market in today's roundup of news from the realms of finance, media, real estate, and law.

Barack Obama Runs But Can't Hide From Reverend Wright

Obama and Wright
The good news for Barack Obama: The latest Democratic race-based scandal comes during a five-week lull between primaries, so it may not actually result in any tangible loss until the April 22 Pennsylvania contest. The bad news: It might be something people still remember on April 22. Obama is feeling the heat right now for several particularly inflammatory statements made by his former pastor, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, which have recently received renewed scrutiny in the media. Obama has come out against Wright's remarks and dropped him from the campaign, but questions surrounding the closeness of their relationship and Obama's knowledge of Wright's more provocative statements continue unabated. How damaging to Obama will this controversy become? And are we committing guilt by association, or guilt by … guilt?

Martha Stewart Gets Starstruck When It Comes to Madonna

FASHION • Martha Stewart used her digital camera to snap pictures of celebrities at the Gucci event at the U.N. the other night. "It's for my blog," she explained. [WWD] • Anna Wintour and Suzy Menkes are getting kind of tired of Fashion Week. [The Cut] • A twelve-page photo spread in the March issue of Harper's Bazaar reenacts the two-hour delay of the Marc Jacobs show last fall, starring Helena Christensen, Allison Sarofim, Genevieve Jones, Cindy Sherman, Kim Gordon, and members of Jacobs's own PR team, all looking visibly annoyed. Weird, and also kind of awesome? [Fashion Week Daily]