“I only need three things to survive Fashion Week,” an executive editor at a fashion magazine bellyached to Shindigger last week. “A fully charged smart phone, a driver and a shit ton of red wine.”
Not an unreasonable catalog of demands, even the driver, what with the siege of falling ice and blinding snow referred Read More
“James, I downloaded the app,” coos Petra Nemcova, swimsuit model dressed as Fifi the French maid, to James Frey, literary fabulist, who lounges in a Corbusier arm chair, in this ad for Booktrack that calls itself a “white-noir short.”
Alone, a beautiful woman is exposed to a new form of entertainment. Enticed and left wanting Read More
Employees of impresario Noel Ashman‘s embattled nightspot The Plumm were permitted to return to the building at 246 West 14th Street on Thursday, April 16, “for the sole purpose of removing personal items and liquor only,” according to court papers.
A city marshal shuttered the onetime celebrity hotspot on April 9 over some Read More
Remember how after the model Petra Nemcova survived the 2004 Tsunami by holding onto the top of a palm tree, she became a much more recognized face than she ever had been throughout her modeling career?
Well! Now some New Yorkers are trying to capitalize on yesterday’s commercial-plane-in-the-Hudson madness—where, luckily, everyone survived.
This Read More
We knew buyers are being a bit more finicky these days, but is the market so bad that a broker needs to hire a supermodel to unload two prime Upper East Side listings?
Page Six reported that supermodel/tsunami survivor Petra Nemcova has partnered with a mysterious new one-man brokerage called Aglow Properties to Read More
Last night, Mathieu Almaric was talking to The Daily Transom about starring in The Diving Bell and The Butterfly.
“You don’t choose a film, the film chose me,” he said.
The film that chose Mr. Almaric chronicles the story of Jean-Dominique Bauby, the vibrant, stylish editor of French Elle who, 12 years ago, became forever Read More
“You know service is the best Prozac, or any drugs that are out there for stress. Service! It’s cheap, it’s good!” AIDS activist and Keep A Child Alive founder Leigh Blake told audiences yesterday at Condé Nast’s Black Ball in support of her organization.
Ms. Blake, who left school at 14 to follow the Who Read More
This is the official rendering. (Really, it is).
If Times Square and supermodels are your thing, get excited for tonight’s launch party for–yes!–New York’s very own Hawaiian Tropic Zone Restaurant and Lounge. Hooterific.
Petra Nemcova will be the host, and better yet an entire block of 49th Street will be transformed Read More