In Carrie Vs. Mr. Big, Vogue Takes Sides

On Sunday, the Times wrote a three-page account of Candace Bushnell's snarl with Darren Star. She wrote a novel, Lipstick Jungle, which will be made
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On Sunday, the Times wrote a three-page account of Candace Bushnell's snarl with Darren Star. She wrote a novel, Lipstick Jungle, which will be made
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On Sunday, the Times wrote a three-page account of Candace Bushnell's snarl with Darren Star. She wrote a novel, Lipstick Jungle, which will be made into a television series this winter. He wrote a series, Cashmere Mafia, which will also be on TV, with the same plot (unfulfilled women with too much success), the same clothes (Heels! Blazers! And something quirky!), and apparently, some of the same locations. Like Harry Potter and Lord Voldemort, it seems like only one can survive, and though the Times describes the story from Carrie - sorry, Candace's - point of view, Vogue is going for Darren, and giving him the front page of their TV section. It's curious because Ms. Bushnell used to write for Vogue, but Patricia Field is the costume designer for Cashmere Mafia, so maybe some fashion angst was involved in their choice. Both shows look good, but we don't know if we can abandon Gossip Girl in order to watch anything else...

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