Domino Credits Page, A Dissection

We love Kelly Wearstler, the adorable interior designer who's quickly becoming her own lifestyle brand, especially since she shows up in Vogue in odd
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We love Kelly Wearstler, the adorable interior designer who's quickly becoming her own lifestyle brand, especially since she shows up in Vogue in odd
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We love Kelly Wearstler, the adorable interior designer who's quickly becoming her own lifestyle brand, especially since she shows up in Vogue in odd Marni pieces and the really editorial Marc stuff. And we love her Domino cover, especially because her shoes are shiny and gold like her incredibly expensive bric-a-brac at Bergdorf, and she's smiling in a big way. But while flipping through the issue this weekend (don't ask), the credits page kind of took us aback, like: - Why is it "Justin Guinta", when we all know it's really Subversive? Does he design a separate line we've never heard of? Or is this like when credits read "Nicolas Ghesquiere for Balenciaga", which bugs us to no end? - Why is Kelly wearing $451 jeans and $2,300 worth of jewelry? Really? In a magazine that's about style and smart design, we would much rather see something more realistic. It's so great to see a cover girl in jeans, but it would be way more inspiring for Lauren Goodman to accessorize with something like this cuff (as seen in Editors' Cravings, page 38), which we're dying over, but could actually afford. We're all for investment pieces, but this seems a little ridiculous. - Why no credit for the shoes? They're arguably the best part, even though they're untied... --BRETT KANE