A brand new magazine may have snapped up the departed Elle editors. Here’s what we know.
The Vogue EIC has always denied having any personal political ambitions, but a new report in Bloomberg suggests that, now that Obama has been re-elected, she may have an actual job offer to turn down.
When a source emailed me this weekend to ask if I knew what shows Pippa Middleton would be attending New York fashion week my reaction was something like this: Whaaa? In my Labor Day weekend Internet blackout, I had no idea the Duchess’s little sis was even in town. But she’s here. She was seen Read more →
Prepare yourself for the best news we’ve heard all week–possibly all year–Kelly and Dylan are back together again. We always knew she’d pick him. I mean, hey, he had a Porshe in high school. And, let’s be honest, Brandon was kind of a dweeb. Anyway, according to the New York Post, Jennie Garth and Luke Read more →
The latest issue of V Magazine is chock-full of awkward amazingness (hello Nicole Kidman’s arse and Celine Dion’s bosoms)–and it just got even better. Obviously, we’re talking about Kim Kardashian. No, she doesn’t get naked for her Nick Knight-lensed shoot (been there, done that). But she does talk about people other than Kanye West copping Read more →
We hear…that Elizabeth Olsen is lending her onscreen talents to the fashion world. The littlest Olsen has, aside from sitting front row at a fashion show here and there, really stuck to acting, proving her chops in Martha Marcy May Marlene, leaving fashion to her famous twin sisters who just picked up a CFDA award Read more →
Last night, at the behest of Teen Vogue‘s amazing and talented (seriously I could go on and on) beauty editor and special projects director Eva Chen, I moderated a panel about the future of the fashion and beauty industry. It was a pretty impressive group that Eva managed to wrangle as part of an alumni Read more →
Which recently-divorced actress/designer with a stylish daughter recently had her credit card declined in New York at a popular national high street retail chain? Apparently, the actress/designer, who frequents the store, scooped up $900 worth of clothes for her daughter. When the sales clerk handed her credit card back, instead of whipping out another one, Read more →
The controversy over Ralph Lauren’s Chinese-produced Team USA uniforms has raised a bigger question in the fashion community: Is making affordable clothing in America a feasible option for any designer? That was the hot issue for some of the designers and fashion personalities who attended the Project Runway 10th Anniversary Party held in Chelsea last night–and while most agreed that the Team USA uni production ideally should’ve happened domestically, the empathetic laments about the cost (and feasibility) of producing locally proved to be a common thread.
Alice + Olivia designer Stacey Bendet touched on Lauren (whom she called “pretty friggin’ awesome”) being unfairly singled out for this “misshap”