There is, perhaps, no greater email faux pas than The Accidental cc.
Alexandra Kotur learned this the hard way. When the ex–Vogue style director was prepping her departure for Town & Country (to be replaced by Observer contributing writer Chloe Malle) she sent an email to more than 500 close friends to let Read More
Mayor Bloomberg’s “companion” may try her hand at politics. [NYT]
East Village resident found alive and well after having gone missing for four days. [NYDN]
James Cameron will rerelease Titanic in 2012. In 3D, natch. [WSJ]
American ire falls on BP’s high-profile CEO. [NYT]
Laura and daughter Read More
Yesterday’s Oscar de la Renta show, at a Christian Science Church on Park Avenue*, took place in a grand, two-story room anchored with White House–esque columns at the front. Mr. de la Renta employed a diverse cast of models, among them a handful of the most prominent African-American up-and-comers (his spring 2009 runway was also Read More
In this month’s 8-pound Vogue (we estimated!), William Norwich writes about a new trend: the disappearance of the socialite.
Apparently our city’s young women who’ve made their names attending galas and charity balls are suddenly opting to stay home these days. Why? Well, it seems that the weakening dollar has made the socialites want to Read More
Brrrr! PETA magnet and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour takes to the tents.
Doesn’t designer Lela Rose, former employer of Barbara Bush, look eerily like a Gore Girl?
Nicole Romano presents a look suitable for Victoria’s Secret “Angels” line.
Silver foxes! Anderson Cooper and Charlie Rose en route Read More
George and … Hillary
Hillary Clinton spent the second weekend of August in the Hamptons and left with a half-million bucks, $100 of which was mine.
Nobody from the press, no photographers, were invited to the various fund-raisers.
But duty called. First, I needed some appropriate shoes. At the Ralph Lauren store, I scored some Read More
Cate Edwards got halfway through her sentence when the crowd at a gay-rights fund-raiser cut her off.
“While my father and I don’t share the exact same view on marriage …. ” John Edwards’ 22-year-old daughter had begun, and the room at the Sheraton New York erupted in applause. Everyone knew what she meant. “We Read More
The Bush twins’ pitchy, flighty vocal inflections still ringing in our ears.
First, “party girl” Jenna: “Ganny, we love you dearly, but you’re just not very hip.” And then the “smart one” Barbara: “Jenna and I are really not very political.”
The Bush twins, our American first daughters, one blond, one mousy-haired, one U. Read More
On Friday, Feb. 13, photographs of First Daughter Barbara Bush flopping like a wet noodle over the arm of Ecuadorian socialite Fabian Basabe at Sette on Seventh Avenue appeared on the front pages of the Daily News .
And into our usual Manhattan morning cup of steamed Schadenfreude fell a few drops of dismay, followed Read More
Sharon Bush, the estranged wife of President George W. Bush’s younger brother Neil, is planning to write a tell-all book about her two decades with the Bush family, The Observer has learned.
Ms. Bush, who lives in Texas, recently visited Manhattan to discuss her idea for the book with several publishing executives. She had a Read More