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Pamella Roland

  1. new york fugging city
    The Fug Girls: Nashville’s Connie Britton Is Heavenly at Naeem KhanAnd Padma Lakshmi’s in a jumpsuit she calls pajamas because she ate too much.
  2. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Farewell to Fashion Week The best, the worst, and the weirdest of fall 2014 Fashion Week.
  3. Watch the Pamella Roland Show LiveEnjoy with your lunch!
  4. Sorry, Animals: 137 Furriest Fashion Week LooksBe vewy vewy quiet, we’re hunting wabbits this fall.
  5. the curse of lohan
    Designers Supposedly Banned Lindsay Lohan From Borrowing Clothes [Updated]Pamella Roland didn’t want her to go to the MTV Movie Awards in that crazy jumpsuit, apparently.
  6. new york fugging city
    Fug Girls: Nothing Comes Between Brooke and Her RolandAnd we are hypnotized.
  7. three's a trend
    Fancy a Shag: Fall’s Fur TrendsThis season, designers sent out messy furs, oodles of lamb, and shearling in droves. PETA, we suggest you avert your eyes.
  8. oscars
    Red-carpet Style, Live From the OscarsAll the looks from the Most Important Red Carpet Ever.
  9. runways
    New Shows: Max Azria, Behnaz Sarafpour, Narciso Rodriguez, Baby Phat, and MoreThe latest shows, available for your ogling pleasure.
  10. golden globes
    Red-carpet Looks from the Golden GlobesA megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
  11. ‘America’s Next Top Model’ Contestants Walk at Fashion WeekYes, really! And we have a slideshow of them in action!
  12. run through
    Weak Economy: Pamella Roland Grabs the BedazzlerMiddle Eastern buyers want sparkles, so they’re gonna get ‘em. It’s not like Americans are buying as much these days anyhow.
  13. User's Guide
    Forget What to Eat — What Do You Wear? Got dinner reservations for New Year’s Eve but still don’t know what to wear? We’ve got you covered. If you’re eating at Craftsteak, we recommend pairing your Wagyu New York strip with a Ralph Lauren charcoal suit and a Diane Von Furstenberg velvet wrap dress. Our Everything Guide to New Year’s has even more suggestions for your evening. And the photos are hot. New Year, New Look
  14. intel
    Oh NY1, Where Are Thy Stars?Even though it’s celebrating its fifteenth year on local cable, NY1, the city’s 24-hour news station, still has such a lovably, reliably dorky, do-it-yourself feel. But this weekend, it caused a small ripple when the News, then the Times, reported that longtime weekend anchor Gary Anthony Ramsay had left the station. It leaked that he’d phoned into the station’s talk show “The Call” under an assumed name (“Dalton, from the Upper East Side”) and mouthed off his own opinion on the current Bernard Kerik flap. “He did a really stupid thing,” said a former NY1 reporter, now with a local network affiliate. “His judgment was just horrendous.” No argument there — even Ramsey admitted as much in the Times. He was planning to leave the station soon, anyway. Which got us wondering: Just where do NY1ers go when they leave? The channel isn’t known as a star maker for anchors and reporters (why wasn’t Pat Kiernan in the running for Dan Rathers’s job, hmmmmm?). After the jump, a little list of where people have been going after they leave the 1 mother ship.
  15. three is a trend
    It’s Your PartyLast season’s LWD has given way to the ever-so-important cocktail dress. Yes, spring is all about dressing up for drinks, dahling — appropriately, the runways were full of cute little numbers that would fit nearly every occasion.
  16. intel
    Moving an Upper East Side Wine Institution Think moving is a pain? Try doing it with 60,000 bottles of wine. That’s what the venerable Sherry-Lehmann Wine & Spirits shop did this weekend when they left their famous Madison Avenue space for new digs on Park Avenue and 59th Street (it’ll open tomorrow). Just before the big day, we chatted with owner Michael Aaron about the store’s history in hooch. “Andy Warhol used to come by all the time,” Aaron said. “When he designed the Mouton-Rothschild label for the 1975 vintage, we put the bottles on display. I called Andy and said, ‘Please stop by, because the bottles are so fantastic-looking.’”
  17. intel
    NTSB Confirmation: Lidle’s Plane Crashed Turning to Avoid LGA AirspaceThe National Transportation Safety Board issued a detailed update this afternoon on its investigation into the October 11 crash of a light plane that killed Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle and his flying instructor, Tyler Stanger. The update fills in some gaps while confirming the broad outline of the tragedy as it has already been reported: The two — and the NTSB still doesn’t know which of them was actually piloting the Cirrus SR-20, and it probably never will, NTSB spokesman Keith Holloway says — were on a jaunt up the East River and attempted a U-turn to the left to avoid restricted airspace around La Guardia.