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Steve & Barry's

  1. biting dust
    The Economy Takes Down Celebrity Fashion LinesWe can’t say that makes us sad.
  2. party lines
    Sarah Jessica Parker Is Looking for a New Home for Her Clothing LineWith Steve & Barry’s bankrupt for a second time in five months, Parker’s Bitten seeks greener pastures.
  3. run through
    Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bitten Line Shall Flourish at Steve & Barry’sThe recently bankrupt chain has been bought for $168 million, so Parker doesn’t have to take her line elsewhere.
  4. run through
    Breaking: Steve & Barry’s Files Chapter 11The affordable clothes retailer just announced what everyone knew was coming.
  5. loose threads
    Mango Heads to Iraq; One Gap Ad’s Tragic Photoshop ErrorAlso, Steve & Barry’s could file Chapter 11 today, Donna Karan heads back to the tents, and Heidi Klum denounces plastic surgery.
  6. loose threads
    Matthew Williamson Comes to NYC; Kate Moss and Jamie Hince on the Outs?Also, Steve & Barry’s closures are imminent, and Eva Mendes makes a suprisingly bold statement about the couture collections.
  7. run through
    Steve & Barry’s May Never Open Downtown, Since They Have No MoneyWhy don’t they have any cash? Their clothes are too cheap!
  8. loose threads
    Sarah Jessica Parker’s Ten Dollar Dress; Another Risqué Celeb Portrait AuctionEverything at Steve and Barry’s is less than $10, including a dress Sarah Jessica Parker designed and wore, and Daphne Guinness’s wardrobe raised £143,790 for charity.
  9. company town
    Bill Keller: UnleashedMEDIA • Bill Keller on Rupert Murdoch: “I don’t know Rupert Murdoch, he is a combative 76-year-old newspaper guy with a tabloid soul and more money than God. With those resources at this stage it looks like he will do whatever the hell he wants to do. I don’t think he is going to be constrained by some strategic planning consultant telling him what he can do. That makes him very hard to predict.” [Media Mob/NYO] • Meanwhile, the Times gave Sam Tanenhaus still more power, expanding his purview beyond the Book Review to the halcyon halls of “Week in Review.” It’s hard to tell if this is Keller’s endorsement of Tanenhaus’s talents or just an absurd overselling of some serious cost savings. [Radar] • Jon Stewart shows he’s a real mensch and begins paying his staff just like all the other late-night hosts (Even though Stewart is paid far less himself.) Daily Show staffers never even missed a check. [Mixed Media/Portfolio]