On Friday, Oct. 3, radio personality Howard Stern finally wed his girlfriend of eight years, Beth Ostrosky. By now we’ve heard all about the dress that Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman designed for the bride, which Ms. Ostrosky bragged about both during Fashion Week and on the Tyra Banks Show last month. Read More
Tonight, radio personality Howard Stern will wed Beth Ostrosky, his girlfriend of eight years, at Le Cirque, which has been rented out in its entirety for a party of 180 guests. Donald and Melania Trump are expected to attend. And Mark Consuelos (Mr. Kelly Ripa) will perform the ceremony, according to Page Six. Read More
At Marchesa’s Wednesday, Sept. 10 presentation at the Chelsea Museum, models stood atop several foot tall white pedestals in voluminous evening gowns that flowed, twisted and turned about their petite bodies as the guests closely examined them like sculptures.
Georgina Chapman, the designer behind Marchesa along with Keren Craig, was fluttering about saying hello to Read More
Quite the turnout for Jill Stuart’s Spring 2009 show this morning: Beth Ostrosky next to Kelly Killoren Bensimon, actress Lindsay Price next to Michelle Trachtenberg next to Zoe Saldana next to The MisShapes’ Leigh Lezark, and Bette Midler next to photographer and Top Model judge Nigel Barker.
"I’m training for the marathon so I’m busy Read More
The creative director of Myla, an upscale lingerie brand, said the company chose Lydia Hearst to pose in ads because of her "amazing dynamic energy coupled with an intelligent sexuality." Or perhaps it’s because photos of New York socialites posing in garter belts will get you to click through. [NY Daily News]
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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia loves Sex and the City; bums cigarettes from Sarah Jessica Parker. [Intelligencer]
Howard Stern and Beth Ostrosky are getting ready to wed in October. Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman is reportedly designing the gown. [P6]
Salman Rushdie’s 11-year-old son thinks four wives is enough. [Intelligencer] Read More
Today’s—air quotes—1 p.m. Rebecca Taylor show in the Salon at Bryant Park had three distinct, carefully orchestrated parts. One involved folks sitting in chairs and watching Ms. Taylor’s clothes go back and forth. Another section was comprised of models wearing the clothes and stomping on a gold-sequin runway. And the third component, of Read More
Brooke Shields, for one, wouldn’t mind seeing a woman in the Oval Office after the 2008 presidential election. “I’m always convinced, at the risk of being—and I love men—but I think women are incredibly capable, and it seems that their talents and their intellect seems to be a little more varied, I should Read More
More proof of the total American Idol–ization of Manhattan: On Monday, May 21, dozens of tarted-up stray pooches, led by makeshift male models including two Maccioni brothers and Marquee doorman Rich Thomas, pranced down an aisle at the SHVO building at 650 Sixth Avenue, “competing” for the title of “America’s Best-Dressed Dog.” The event, which Read More
Closing the Open
A willowy girl in a billowy purple dress put down her bucket of chicken wings and waffle fries to dial a girlfriend. It was early on the evening of Sept. 10, courtside at the U.S. Open.
“Hey, did you see it?” she asked. “Yeah, the baby! I know! It’s got be Read More