Well, Harper's Bazaar, just when I think I'm out...you pull me back in. I have made it entirely clear how I feel about a certain theme in the magazine (and subsequent coverlines.) But I did find our friend Bonnie Morrison's piece about drinking and the social aspects of a job in fashion last month incredibly insightful. And now here you go putting my girl Tina Fey on the cover for November. If you're not going to put a model or a "typical" (and don't you people get all fired up about that, you know what I mean and why it happens) fashion person on the cover, then this is the kind of smarts and beauty that I want to see. And an interview I might actually want to read. Not a paparazzi shot of Angelina Jolie with a less than interesting write-around story accompanying said picture. So kudos, Glenda. You definitely win this round. How can I argue with a woman as awesome as Tina who says of her glasses, "And I don’t wear them when I am dressed up, because then I would look like Tootsie.” And also coined the phrase, "I want to go to there." Well played, Ms. Bailey. Well played.
Well, Harper's Bazaar, just when I think I'm out...you pull me back in. I have made it entirely clear how I feel about a certain theme in the magazine