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Designer Sari Gueron Likes Low-Crotch Pants

Designer Sari Gueron's easy-to-wear dresses have made her an editor's favorite for seasons. Find out how she stays cool in this sweltering heat and why exactly she likes baggy crotches.

Galliano a No-Show at Georgia Design School

Galliano didn't show at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he was getting a lifetime-achievement award, because he was ill — but he was just spotted at Socialista. Hmm.

Meet the New Girl: Anna Kuchkina

The Russian with razor-sharp cheekbones received perhaps the biggest and best fashion honors a newbie can get: a Prada exclusive in 2006.

How Eliot Spitzer Missed His Money Shot

Eliot Spitzer’s political career, gravely injured after a collision with reality on Monday, finally passed into the great unknown two days later. But Spitzerism — the soul, that is, of his career — expired months ago. Unlike virtually every other Democratic politician in the country, Eliot Spitzer understood markets. He believed in the potential of widespread investing in stocks to build and spread genuine wealth, and as attorney general, he was like a Money magazine editor on crack, targeting enemies of small investors: self-promoting analysts, corrupt mutual-fund traders, predatory lenders. Spitzerism wasn't about taxing and regulating profits; it was about diffusing profits to people who have never received a dividend check.

David Paterson: ‘The Only Whores I Know Are Lobbyists’

David Paterson just gave his first public address since Eliot Spitzer's resignation yesterday. He made noises about "getting back to work" and the budget, talked about being black and blind, indicated he wasn't planning any major changes to his predecessors more controversial policies, and became the first human being in government to express sympathy for Spitzer himself. "My heart goes out to Eliot Spitzer, his wife Silda, his daughters," he said. "I know what he's gone through this week. In my heart, I think he's suffered enough." Paterson also displayed a rather awesome sense of humor. "Just so we don't have to go through this whole resignation thing again," one ballsy reporter asked, "have you ever patronized a prostitute?" Patterson thought for a minute. "Only the lobbyists," he said.