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NEWS / February 24 2012 4:55 PM

Club Bruiser Sues the Prince He Beat Up, Daniel Radcliffe Stars as Hunky Potter in Bullett and Kanye Steps Up His Shoe Design Game

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- Adding insult to a litany of injuries, certified badass Adam Hock is suing the four guys he beat up over the weekend, including Monaco’s Prince Pierre Casiraghi, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld and Stavros Niarchos. [NY Post]

Beverly Johnson, the first black woman on the cover of Vogue, is getting a show on OWN, the network by the first black woman to literally own the world. [ONTD!]

- Aaaaaaand I’m pregnant. Daniel Radcliffe on the cover of Bullett. [Socialite Life]

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CULTURE / November 8 2011 5:09 PM

International Fashion Weeks: Waste of Time or Next Frontier?

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Glenda Bailey‘s not going to go to Richmond, VA, fashion week.” This quote from CFDA CEO Steven Kolb basically sums up the fashion industry’s attitude when it comes to fashion weeks outside of the big four: New York, London, Paris and Milan. Fashion is elitist, with the haves being vastly outweighed by the have-nots. A small cadre of editors, designers, photographers, stylists and — most importantly — businessmen control this billion dollar industry, but the cracks are beginning to appear in the facade. Milan’s breaking rank and challenging the fashion week calendar and in response Condé Nast has vowed that no Vogue editors will be in attendance should Milan continue its catwalk of impertinence. China is outspending both America and Europe in the luxury sector and many brands are opening stores in the Far East to meet this ever-expanding market. Then there are the some 100 other fashion weeks around the world, showcasing local young, up-and-coming and often, rather talented designers who, while not garnering the attention of Harper’s Bazaar‘s esteemed editrix in chief, are contributing to their own cities’ and countries’ burgeoning fashion industries. 

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CULTURE, FASHION, NEWS / September 27 2011 6:00 PM

INDIE NEWSROOM: Dior to Hang Out with Their Wang Out…Tom Ford Keeps It Classy…Rihanna Upsets Irish with Her Boobs

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- Seems like Dior‘s top 3 choices to replace John Galliano have all been ruled out — Haider Ackermann is apparently “way too edgy”; LVMH wants Marc Jacobs to stay at Louis Vuitton; and Riccardo Tisci just doesn’t want anything to do with it  – leaving sweatpant provocateur Alexander Wang somehow in the running. [Vogue UK]

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FASHION / September 20 2011 6:59 AM

London Fashion Week Getting the Proverbial Shaft When It Comes to Models

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Damn you, Marc Jacobs. The acclaimed designer had to move his show at the last minute — damn you, Hurricane Irene — causing a whole gaggle of girls who were supposed to fly to London Fashion Week to miss their flight. Then Gucci — damn you, Frida Giannini — pulled a cattle of catwalkers to Milan for early fittings, leaving London designers strapped for supers. All this negligent behavior and diva antics has some London-based model agencies threatening to boycott next season’s London Fashion Week if the British Fashion Council doesn’t get its shit together.

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