Do you have a calendar on your cubicle wall? Perhaps a photo or a Post-it note tacked up here or there? If so, and you work at the Prada offices, you might want to put that crap away now or face unemployment.
Our slow news day just picked up its pace. A lot. Rumors are swirling about a bribery scandal at Prada and Miu Miu.
Karl Lagerfeld's security didn't beat anyone up yesterday, Arden Wohl didn't launch a clothing line (thank God), and Target doesn't have a new Go collection. So some fashion blogs, like Style.com are foraging.
Before we can make a joke about how we hope Such-and-Such Celebrity doesn't go and design a clothing line, Such-and-Such Celebrity goes and designs a clothing line. (See: Ashlee Simpson.)
Perhaps Ashlee Simpson turned a little green when her boyfriend, Pete Wentz, signed on to design a clothing line for Nordstrom, because now she's inked a deal to bring her special, unique sensibility to a line of her own.
Karl Lagerfeld shot Raquel Zimmermann and Jay-Z in Madison Square Park yesterday, where one paprazzo took a beating.
Dearest Marc: We know it's hard to find a good man, but the latest word about your new "friend" Austin A has us a bit concerned. The threesome makeout sessions? The screaming matches?
The CW plans to run America's Next Top Model for at least two more cycles after this current run, but Tyra Banks may not stick around for it. She wants to be taken seriously, you know!
Last week we learned Project Runway winner Christian Siriano fit Heidi Klum for some outfits. And she's actually going to wear them.
HBO wants a series to fill Sex and the City's Manolos and they're looking for the next Candace Bushnell to give it to 'em. According to WWD, they've tapped Vogue contributor Plum Sykes and former New York Times Styles columnist Bob Morris for scripts.
The Brooklyn Museum has finally confirmed it will host a pop-up Louis Vuitton shop along with its Takashi Murakami exhibit starting next month.
On tonight's premiere of The Hills, things turn out a little bit differently than we might have expected: Heidi isn't a total boob, and Whitney is asked to give up her life for fashion PR.
Is the age of the pale, nondescript waif model almost over? According to Anna Wintour's letter in the April "shape" issue of Vogue, it ought to be.
In an effort to ease Japanese-Chinese relations, Yohji Yamamoto is staging a fashion show in Beijing's Forbidden City next month — but he could inadvertently stir up a whole batch of drama.
How much would you spend on the dress Rami Kashou made for the Project Runway Hershey's challenge? $100? $250? Try $2,975.