Everyone’s favorite royal-in-law Pippa Middleton has been named a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, the magazine announced today. Ms. Middleton joins a large roster of contributing editors– we counted 74 names on the June issue’s masthead.
“We’re delighted to have Pippa as a contributor to Vanity Fair,” editor in chief Graydon Carter said in the VF.com post. “She’s a keen observer of classic British pastimes. She is also an avid sportswoman, and we look forward to her take on traditional English pursuits, beginning with Wimbledon.”
Fashion's Night Out 2012
Is New York ready for Pippa Midtown?
Pippa Middleton is reportedly helping her parents expand their business in America—with the focus on New York.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s younger sister is reportedly helping Michael and Carole Middleton capitalize on their popularity in the states by searching for a business base in the Big Apple, according to the Daily News‘s Confidenti@l.
Following the royal wedding, which starred Pippa’s now infamous derrière, the profits of the Middleton’s event-planning company Party Pieces have dramatically increased, with the firm recently estimated to be worth around $45m.
It’s already time for Fashion Week again? How did that happen? And not just Fashion Week, but the one that includes New York’s annual Fashion’s Night Out event. This evening marks the third-most important night of the year for Anna Wintour (besides the Met gala and whenever the president is in town), and we’re looking forward to all the celebrity sightings that are sure to occur. Here are our five best guesses of A-list names to appear tonight.
Historically, Memorial Day is a somber holiday—we all take off of work to commemorate fallen soldiers. But since we already celebrate our men in uniform on Veteran’s Day, the long weekend at the end of May is also an excuse for a bacchanal to celebrate the upcoming summer. Pools open, grills are dusted off and white tennies are spit shined for the courts.
And since this is the weekend of rebirth, what better chance for us to sit down and think about what really want out of this summer?
Pippa Middleton, the eminently eligible bachelorette sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, will write a book about “how to entertain.” The book was acquired in Britain by Penguin in a deal said to be worth more than $700,000.