Paul McCartney Invades Starbucks!
What designer do you most like getting free stuff from?We're amused by this transparent cry for help, but we're also curious: Which designers hook each other up? Can Miucca and Donatella take what they want from each other's collections? Presumably Valentino and Armani would have to pay retail. Does Diddy get his pick of Zac Posen … but make Zac pay for Sean John? This is a realm of etiquette we hadn't considered before. READ MORE »
Probably Tom Ford, but he ain't sent me nothin' free yet. If I wear something at an awards show, he'll send me stuff, but I like just waking up and just wearing it. I'm cool with the discount. He has the same one at the Sean John store. A small one? Thirty percent. He gives me 30. I give him 30.
A flyer that recently turned up in the in-box:
Well, at least today and tomorrow look beautiful:
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