I’ve always been intrigued by the term “fashion victim.” As I understand it, it’s a phrase used by people who write about fashion to sneer at the people who take what they write seriously–the ones who actually buy the extremely pricey clothes the fashion writers promote.
I could be wrong; as a complete outsider to Read More
Wednesday, March 21
When the world comes to an end–when New York’s skyscrapers snap like breadsticks and tumble to the ground, when the avenues split and spew molten lava, when the rivers surge with blood–you are hereby instructed to watch the news of the apocalypse read by Maurice DuBois, the co-host of the Today in Read More
Even die-hard New Jerseyans (and we’re betting that’s a pretty small group) covet New York’s culinary scene, and–no disrespect to Artie Bucco– The Sopranos don’t seem to be any different. Now that the oldest Soprano child, Meadow, has landed at Columbia University, the HBO series’ writers seem to be taking advantage of the situation to Read More
Wednesday, Feb. 14
“We’ll just sort of noodle around!”
Judy Licht, a blaze of Burberry, whirled into the Kenneth Cole show in Grand Central Terminal on Monday, Feb. 12. Behind her lagged a reporter and Ms. Licht’s trusty cameraman from the Metro Channel, Orville Henry.
“Doughnuts–wanna doughnut?” she asked, pointing toward a picked-through Read More