Julie Grau, the glamorous co-publisher of Doubleday’s Spiegel & Grau imprint, returns to the pages of Vogue this month with a piece about "the definitive ab-sculpting workout."
Well, why not!
The article is not online, but here’s how it starts:
The doumbek was thumpin’. A frenzied melody rose from the oud. A woman Read More
Back in April, when the raid on a Texan polygamist compound dominated the news (weren’t those the days!), those aggrieved Fundamentalist Latter-Day Saints wives’ prominent hairdos became a subject of much fascination. Were they meant to indicate closeness to God? To wash one’s husband’s feet in the afterlife? To distract from those hideous dresses?
Now Read More
On Friday, we wrote about a particularly unflattering post about Anna Wintour on The Huffington Post. At the time, we wondered why the post existed at all—it consisted entirely of a grotesquely blown-up photo of the 58-year-old Vogue editor at a fashion show—and why it was on the site’s Media vertical. Many commenters to Read More
Have you been following the course of Sean Avery’s career? Not with the National Hockey League but in his betweentimes internship at Vogue?
Well, Men’s Vogue has. On their web site, Mr. Avery gets a byline for telling readers what it’s like to be a hockey player who likes to play dress-up:
I Read More
The media campaign for the Sex and the City movie, which arrives in theaters May 30, was executed with near-militaristic precision. You might call it “flooding the zone.”
Vogue, which itself has a recurring role in the franchise, easily secured the big kahuna: 43-year-old Sarah Jessica Parker on the cover and an elaborate photo Read More
Very blond, well-boned, expensively jeaned buyers have been pouring into East Village apartments for so long that it’s hard to find new excuses to complain about the area’s über-gentrification. But then again, it’s hard to remember when someone as upsettingly young as Lily Donaldson, the 21-year-old Vogue cover girl, spent anything like $2.2 million on Read More
The densely-packed 3.1 Phillip Lim show at the Bryant Park tents on Feb. 6 was, according to several breathless Chatty Cathys stationed behind the Transom, “almost three times bigger than last season.”
It was also, owing either to the unseasonably warm weather or the attendance of Conde Nast’s entire payroll, approximately 92 degrees in the Read More
It’s springtime for Oscar in autumn! We just came from Oscar de la Renta’s Pre-Fall 2008 show, held in an old church on Park Avenue and 63rd Street. It seems even Old School fashion bigwigs like Mr. De la Renta are starting to acknowledge the fact that balmy temps can, these days, extend Read More
In Vogue‘s holiday issue, actress Penelope Cruz unloads on the paparazzi that fueled the story that she and U2′s Bono were having an affair:
Like when I went on holiday to Bono’s house with his wife and kids… we were holding hands because we’re very good friends, and do you know what the Read More
With his shiny mop of hair and tortoise shell glasses, Hamish Bowles, the ever-dapper, somewhat avian-looking European editor-at-large for Vogue, seems a bit like a character only Evelyn Waugh could have dreamed up. But Mr. Bowles, 44, is in fact real and, it turns out, he’s quite serious about what it means to live in Read More