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Monika Jagaciak

  1. sexiest gifs on earth
    5 GIFs From Backstage at Victoria’s SecretIt’s everything you’ve dreamed of and more.
  2. beauty marks
    Virgin Atlantic Now Has Its Own Lipstick; Hitler Shampoo Ad Causes StirPlus, Beyonce will release a second fragrance this spring.
  3. model tracker
    New York Fashion Week’s Top Ten ModelsAnd the No. 1 honor goes to …
  4. model tracker
    Karlie Kloss Is Couture Fashion Week’s Top ModelLast couture Fashion Week might have been dominated by fresh-faced newcomers, but this season was a different story.
  5. model tracker
    Sona Matufkova Is Thursday’s Top ModelThe Slovak model closed the Calvin Klein show, sealing her fate as Thursday’s top model.
  6. model tracker
    Arlenis Sosa Is Sunday’s Top ModelSunday finally saw the return of some big-name models.
  7. model tracker
    Mirte Maas Is Saturday’s Top ModelThis Fashion Week is breaking some serious new faces.
  8. model tracker
    Top Ten Models to WatchWho are the new catwalk stars for the season? Find out.
  9. death of a meme
    ComfortWipe, We Hardly Knew YeThe miracle butt-wiper is no more.
  10. model tracker
    Meet the New Girl: Monika JagaciakAt 13 she shot a campaign for Hermès, and at 15 she booked a Calvin Klein exclusive.
  11. model tracker
    Lily Donaldson Is Milan’s Top ModelMilan’s runways were dominated by established models, leaving the newcomers to scramble for spots.
  12. model tracker
    Sigrid Agren Is New York Fashion Week’s Top ModelSee the top ten models who walked in New York this season.
  13. model tracker
    Monika Jagaciak Is Thursday’s Top ModelAt the age of 15, she did the honors of opening and closing the biggest show of the day, Calvin Klein.
  14. model tracker
    Agyness Deyn Is Wednesday’s Top ModelUntil yesterday, the Brit was M.I.A. on all the New York runways. But she resurfaced at Anna Sui to both open and close the show.
  15. model tracker
    Sigrid Agren Is Tuesday’s Top ModelNearly all of Tuesday’s major designers gave the new guard of girls a chance to shine.
  16. awards
    Kane, Erdem, and Schwab Win Fashion Forward AwardThis is the second consecutive year all three designers have won the award.
  17. it happened this week
    HeadhuntingAll the news you missed this week, if you weren’t paying attention.
  18. bizarre sarah palin interviews
    Sarah Palin’s PR Strategy Gets WeirderWhy Palin didn’t mind doing an interview while turkeys were being slaughtered directly behind her.
  19. let's get civical
    Mayor Tries New Tack for Selling Hybrid-Cab BillOne magical word: ‘Obama.’
  20. overnights
    The Office: Give Michael a Break Already!Michael’s never seemed sadder than at the end of this episode, after being forced to do the walk of shame in Winnipeg.
  21. loose threads
    Australia Bans Young Models; Gisele May Star in ‘Austin Powers’A provocative image of a 14-year-old model sparks controversy in Australia, Oscar de la Renta designs Jenna Bush’s wedding gown, and Jessica Stam devours carbs.
  22. NewsFeed
    Kerry Heffernan’s South Gate Slated for February OpeningWhatever happened to 154 South Gate, the restaurant helmed by Eleven Madison Park’s Kerry Heffernan that will fill the void left by Alain Ducasse’s old eatery in the Essex House? Turns out it’s going to be called just South Gate and will go into the space that was formerly Café Botanica. The latest from maître d’ Marc Mover is that it will start taking reservations around January 15, will start serving friends and family the week after that, and will open to the public on the first week of February. (Ducasse’s new venture, Adour, is scheduled to open January 28.) Unsurprisingly, Mover describes the menu as “greenmarket — fresh produce, local farmers, American style with a little bit of French influence or infusion.” And so the Haute Barnyard tear continues… Earlier: Decent Tables Still Available for Ducasse’s Opening Night
  23. apropos of nothing
    Practically Confirmed: Jay-Z Might Be Launching a Record Label With AppleWe were hesitant to report on Jay-Z’s supposed upcoming venture with Apple — but that was all the way back this morning when the whole thing was just a rumor.
  24. NewsFeed
    Shake Shocker: No Lunch Line on Opening Day It seems that even on the Shake Shack’s first day of winter operation, not many have decided to risk frostbite by ordering a Concrete. (Danny: Better put disclaimers on those cups, fast.) From noon till 1:30 p.m., we didn’t see more than a couple of people in line at a time when we periodically checked in with the Shake Cam. So, yes, a measure of sanity sometimes prevails in matters Shack — which’ll make it easy for us to snag a frozen custard on our way to buy a winter jacket and some hats and gloves at H&M.
  25. Openings
    Midtown Pop Burger Unveils Its Poppin’ Façade The recently unveiled exterior of the soon-to-open midtown Pop Burger takes the prize. Looks good now, but wait till the backlighting! Clearly bubble wrap was the inspiration here, making it a real possibility that someone in the upstairs billiards lounge could try to pop one of those windows with a pool cue. Also slated to hit midtown in December and still in hiding in the IBM building: the first U.S. outpost of Roman mozzarella bar Obika.
  26. company town
    The Union Club Is Like an Adult Frat, But Not in a Fun, ‘Old-School’ WayMEDIA • Yesterday at the Union Club, reporters specifically invited by the Manhattan Institute to hear Mayor Bloomberg and Jeb Bush speak were instructed to leave the room before the speeches began. “The police are right outside,” one club worker told them. “If you don’t leave, we’re going to call them in.” You have to wonder if this was merely an administrative fumble, or the old-guy version of that frat-party game where dudes invite fat chicks to parties so they can make fun of them. [NYS, NYO] • However! The Manhattan Institute has since apologized to the press for the Union Club’s behavior, and they put Bush’s remarks online. It’s only audio, though, we wonder why? We can only assume it’s because at the Union Club, all speeches are done naked. [Manhattan Institute via NYO] • Janice Min: “It’s off-putting when a junior employee tells you they want to be editor in chief.” Instead, just try to make yourself indispensable: “I was the easy solution. Make yourself the easy solution.” Or just make yourself easy. [WWD]
  27. the industry
    Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban Mount Blonde, Ambitious TourPlus: News about Charles S. Dutton!
  28. overnights
    ‘Kid Nation’: Bonanza’s Paris and Nicole Make Their Presences KnownOn this week’s practically Taylor-free episode, pretty much everything that happened fell into one of three categories: Who the Hell Are You?, Gross!, and Awesome!
  29. gossipmonger
    Bill Clinton Made Rosie O’Donnell CryRosie O’Donnell burst into tears after Bill Clinton called her and apologized for being unfaithful to his wife. The guy who won the marathon said he did so by refraining from sex and eating pasta. Katie Holmes said her marathon run was “hard, but good.” (She also wore a velvet Hermès gown to a Museum of the Moving Image event honoring her husband.) Damien Hirst installed a bunch of dead sheep carcasses in formaldehyde tanks at Lever House. Ousted Citigroup chief Chuck Prince didn’t say hi to Sandy Weill at the Four Seasons. Annie Lennox gave a bunch of fans the finger. Governor Spitzer, Governor Corzine, and Nora Ephron went on a triple date to Cafe Boulud.