The first woman The Transom met at the divorce expo was an attractive dental hygienist from Staten Island who once walked in on her then-husband as he was engaged in a ménage à trois with her two best friends.
“Most girls would have really been devastated,” said Lisa Slayback, a bubbly 33-year-old with flowing blond hair and a perky smile. “I just went out and slept with somebody he worked with.”
Rooney Mara stayed in character for months after The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo wrapped. Call it method marketing: From the pages of Vogue to Jimmy Fallon, she almost always appeared wearing simple black dresses with severe, skin-baring cut outs—Lisbeth Salander goes to prom.
It made sense that Ms. Mara, blandly pretty in her Social Network days, would hitch her rising star to her character’s signature look. Trish Summerville, the Dragon costume designer, had already capitalized on the best-seller heroine’s appeal with a capsule collection at also-Swedish H&M.
But who would have guessed that when Ms. Mara showed up for the Oscars last month in a lacy cream Givenchy gown, Lisbeth’s weird baby bangs—short, black and severely straight across her forehead—would stay in the picture?
For years, the city has been waiting for the return of Jennifer Aniston to our fair burg from L.A. It got so harried, the speculation so rampant, she practically became a marketing promo.
Now, Rachel has finally found a place, as the News reported last week, three units at 299 West 12th Read More