Fashion Week Observed
Julie Ragolia has seen more stars in their skivvies than you could dream of! After sinking her teeth at MTV and a slew of glossies eons ago, she moved up the nasty and competitive ladder of fashion editorial… These days, she serves as the fashion editor of 7th Man Magazine and styles mega-stars, such as Rihanna and Sean Combs. Despite his Napoleon complex, street photo Scott Schuman even made her the cover girl of his treasured tome, The Satorialist. The Observer tried to find out if she gets to sleep with any celebs and what exactly stylists do aside from playing with clothes and acting bitchy in the Prada showroom…
Michael Bloomberg has Bono. Bill Thompson has Andre Harrell, and soon, the “hip-hop party.”
Thompson’s campaign has paid $30,000 since August to Harrell Entertainment, the company founded by hip-hop mogul Andre Harrell.
Harrell, in my book, is best known for giving a start to, and then firing, an up and coming producer named Read More
Members of the press are well aware that if an invitation to a New York film premiere indicates that celebrity arrivals begin at 7 p.m., it usually means that the lead stars of this film will likely arrive at 7:55 p.m. At the Wednesday night premiere of The September Issue at the Museum of Modern Read More
Manhattan’s Downtown Armory normally reeks of sweaty atheletes.
On Wednesday, May 27, the place smelled of “Fairy Dust”—that is, Paris Hilton‘s signature perfume—and a mix of myriad other scents at the Fragrance Foundation’s 37th annual “FiFi” awards ceremony, where designer Marc Jacobs was awarded Hall of Fame honors.
Among the Read More
If you thought 2008 was a bad year for movies, allow us to introduce you to 2009. Despite box office numbers through the roof, the overall quality of the films this year has been—how can we put this?—totally crappy. Suffice it to say, by the time December rolls around, you probably won’t find Duplicity and Read More
Saturday’s events range from a gala hosted by Diddy to a "Green Inaugural Ball" (dress code: green tie).
BET Honors Inaugural Gala
Time: 8 pm to 4 am
Place: Love Nightclub, 1350 Okie St. NE
What: Inaugural celebration and after party for the BET Honors hosted by Diddy.
Cost: $50 General ticket, $150 VIP Read More
Model and actress Milla Jovovich is putting her clothing line Jovovich-Hawk to rest; it had been carried by high end stores like Fred Segal. [Racked]
There will no longer be a Sean John runway show this September. Instead, Sean "P.Diddy" Combs will host a private preview of the Spring/Summer 2009 collection at Read More
This week’s big media story was undoubtedly the Los Angeles Times‘ erroneous report that alleged Sean “Diddy” Combs and his posse were responsible for a 1994 attack on Tupac Shakur outside the Quad Recording Studio in New York. The report, by Pulitzer Prize winner Chuck Philips, which first appeared on LATimes.com on March 17 Read More
Few of Fashion Week’s most anticipated shows are held at Bryant Park’s tents (Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, and Thom Browne, for example, are all off-site), and last night’s Zac Posen show made clear the reasons.
Security guards demanded invitations or credentials at the entrance, despite the fact that the Daily Transom had breezed through Read More
From Fox & Friends this morning:
They say statistically that 18-34 belongs to Barack Obama. And he says that he’s the new generation. Have you met him? What do you think?
I met Barack Obama – but I think he has to say something. He has to mean something. No Read More