Seal up the doors, stop all the clocks, let the roses wither without kisses from the grave and prepare to get a little crazy if you are ever going to survive this bombshell. TMZ, that august online resource of record in such matters, brings us the bad news: “Heidi Klum to File for Divorce From Seal.” The horror escalates:
You have a lot of options when it comes to Halloween parties in New York. From free parades to art shows to celebrity-hosted galas, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed. That’s why we’ve found 10 of the best parties over the next four days for you to pick and choose from. So if your taste runs Read More
So Heidi Klum stopped by 55 Thompson to look at leasing a place, Richard Cantor told us last night at a swanky party to show off the new rental complex.
Mr. Cantor, a broker for 55 Thompson, confirmed that Ms. Klum, as well as Serena Williams and Emma Stone, were checking out apartments in the Read More
Manhattan Transfers Cheat Sheet
It’s been hot in luxury apartment swapping lately, with places flying between billionaires, amater polo stars and minor celebs like there was a fire sale. Let the good times roll.
—Egyptian hotel czar Samih Sawiris has grabbed a luxurious pad at Emery Roth’s 417 Park Avenue for $7.25 million. Mr. Sawiris, who Forbes ranks the Read More
Manhattan Transfers Cheat Sheet
— A two-level penthouse in 166 Bank Street, just across the hall from Heidi Klum’s former Manhattan crash pad, has sold for $4.1 million. “This is the first offering in over 30 years of a unique and magnificent multi-level Penthouse in the sky,” said the Brown Harris Stevens listing. The buyer is Lane LaMure, a Read More
“In fashion, you’re either in or you’re out.” So says Teutonic temptress Heidi Klum at the beginning of every episode of Project Runway, currently unspooling its seventh season on Lifetime.
Achtung! If Heidi were correct, I would be out of a job and so would vast numbers of other fashionably employed New Yorkers. Thankfully, Mrs. Read More
Monday: Glenn Martin, DDS
Once upon a time, Michael Eisner was the chief executive at the Walt Disney Company and one of the most powerful men in the world. Now, he’s executive-producing a cartoon for Nick at Nite. What a world! At least the cartoon in question, Glenn Martin, DDS, looks like it could be pretty Read More
You would think that a book sporting the subtitle How Successful People Do It—And What We Can Learn From Them is about being hideously successful and how to get there. But at the book party for What Makes You Tick? Wednesday Night at the Condé Nast Building, co-author Michael Berland made sure to note—repeatedly—that Read More
The theme of this year’s Met Costume Institute Gala—i.e., the Oscars of the East—was “the Model as Muse,” and the weedlike mannequins floating up the red carpet in weapons-grade shoes and teensy get-ups appeared only moderately more human than the “superheroes” that inspired last year’s ball.
Molly Sims called her elaborate gold Dolce & Read More
So, great news! After a year of what has seemed like needlessly complicated lawsuits and negotiations, Project Runway has finally untangled itself enough to get an airdate on Lifetime this summer for its already-completed sixth season. We don’t really care so much about the details of the whos and whys and hows this all-popular Read More