Vivienne Westwood Still Trying to Save Rain Forests
And God bless her for it.By Amy Odell
And God bless her for it.By Amy Odell
"Like, when I go down to Venice beach and I see the homeless, like, I'm like 'Oh my God, they're pulling out, like, crazy looks and they, like, pulled shit out of like garbage cans.' "By Amy Odell
"Nylon' and 'Glamour' show the designer some major editorial love.
It's the eight such case of Naomi purportedly abusing her staff. In a sick twist, this housekeeper's husband got her the job with Campbell.
Dell'Acqua replaces the 6267 designers, who went to Ferré last month; Coach plans to open 50 stores in China; and Roberto Cavalli celebrates his new wine.
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All of today's gossip, including dish about Chace Crawford, Ashley Olsen, Leighton Meester, Blake Lively, and Steve Wozniak. Because, you know, they all go together.
On last night's show, the actress proved herself to be completely unlike her television persona — at least when she's nervous.
A Dunkin' Donuts employee in Long Island was caught spying on women by installing a wireless cam in a fake smoke detector.
Why is she wearing virtually the exact same outfit that she wore in 'Teen Vogue' a few months ago?
Richie Rich & Co. sure do love their unicorns. But surely not all unicorns are horny beasts? We found out at the 'Nylon' party the other night.
The indie actress is felled by a viral infection, Salman Rushdie would vote for Barack Obama, and writer Peter Davis cares too much about a socialite contest. All that and the rest of the gossip from New York's tabloids today.
Chloë Sevigny continues to toe the blurry line between serious actress and controversial fashion icon, but for today's purposes, we'll focus on the fashion end of things.
San Domenico, long a fixture on Central Park South, is moving. Staff were told the other night that the place will remain open through June and then close for six months. It will reopen in January in a location which will be announced once the lease is signed. Modernist designer Massimo Vignelli and Daniel Barteluce Architects already have a new design in the works. We are trying to reach owner Tony May to find out the reason behind the move, although naturally we guess that exorbitant rents may have something to do with it. More as this develops.
Late in Larissa MacFarquhar’s profile of David Chang, the Momofuku man makes a confession: “I’m slowly realizing that I’m a highly complex individual,” he says. It’s not an insight likely to surprise readers of the piece, which will appear in The New Yorker this week. Chang comes across as brilliant, inspired, and high-strung to the point of actually giving himself shingles, a diagnosis made by a doctor after the chef literally incapacitated himself with worry and anxiety. But if you want to get a sense of how intense Chang really is, just read the passage where he reads the riot act to a group of hapless Noodle Bar cooks, who had committed offenses ranging from using tongs on the family-meal chicken (a Chang bête noire) to cutting up the fish cakes for the ramen carelessly.
NBC goes green in a completely unobtrusive manner.
FASHION • Proenza Schouler's Target line was available online for four hours yesterday (three days before its official debut), causing mass Internet shopper hysteria. [Fashionista] • Snejana Onopka, one of the poster girls for the current Save the Models movement, is rumored to be skipping New York Fashion Week. [FlyPaper] • Jordan Scott, former designer at Betsey Johnson and child of the East Village, will launch his first collection during Fashion Week. [British Vogue]
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