--Derek Blasberg accompanied this tweetpic with this tweet: "The only things to know about our baby shower for @TheLSD: seven months pregnant she's still sample size, and THIS [link to creepy cake with baby doll]." That is all. Happy fashion week people.
Vogue has already announced that they will drum up excitement for the September 10th shopping spectacular with the largest fashion show ever staged in New York, featuring over 200 models and seats for 1500 onlookers on September 7th.
And now, FNO is getting a plot line on Gossip Girl starring Vogue staffers.
A tipster sent in this photo of Hamish Bowles and Kelly Rutherford filming in NYC yesterday. The scene was reportedly shot outside of Diane Von Furstenburg's studio in the Meatpacking district.
If Hamish Bowles' boob tube cameo isn't enough, the NY Post is reporting that Lauren Santo Domingo will make an appearance on the show as well.
See, some socialites do more than attend parties! It seems that Vogue contributor Lauren Santo Domingo just finished up a shoot for the pub with Coco Rocha and her new husband James Conran. We're guessing it'll be some sort of entertaining story about newlyweds at home, but who knows?
And for those still unconvinced of LSD's work ethic, we hear that the charity event favorite is also about to launch an e-commerce site. It's supposedly some sort of web trunk show...we'll tell you more as well learn more.
Lauren Santo Domingo opens up about her beauty secrets on Into the Gloss today. Want to know the secret? Pay other people to do everything for you--including wash your hair. Here are the top five gems:
"For hair—not like I wash my own hair, I can’t even remember the last time I washed my own hair—I have Avalon Organics shampoo and conditioner."
"When I go out at night, I definitely trust the professionals—I get a blow-out, I get my makeup done—I just can’t be bothered to do it myself. I can do my makeup well, but I don’t feel as good…I just prefer to have it done for me."
"I do a blowout once every five days, I go to De Berardinis, it’s right around the corner from my apartment. They have so many people, and every single one of them is good, which is so rare. I don’t really book appointments—I just call and say, ‘Do you have anyone in 20 minutes?’ That’s about as far in advance as I can plan. It’s usually when I have 100 emails to do—when I look at my phone and I see 65 emails, it’s my cue for a blowout. [Laughs] I’ve probably blown dry my own hair three or four times…I’m just bad at it and I don’t feel like learning, when there are such good hair stylists in New York."