Peter Brant is the owner of Brant Publications, which makes him the publisher of Interview Magazine, which was started by Andy Warhol. He also makes lots of money doing other things, like collecting art. His wife—who he almost got a divorce with, and then, reconciled with—is supermodel Stephanie Seymour, who was in the “November Rain” video. He had three children with her. Two of them were profiled by the New York Times for tomorrow’s Thursday Styles section.
Without further ado, here are the ten best lines, removed from their context, without commentary*:
Nearly everyone on the Internet is either talking, writing, or reading about HBO’s new half-hour coming-of-age dramedy ‘Girls.’ They can stop, now.
All of them.
The last word and first authority on the matter has arrived. The nexus of Twitter, television, and criticism get no better than this:
Justin Bieber Being Punched In The Face
Complex just released the cover for their 10th Anniversary issue, which features Justin Bieber. This is odd, because the hip hop lifestyle and culture rag doesn’t necessarily cater to the Tiger Beat set. Brilliant, because they found a way to sell it on everyone, from Bieber’s most bloodthirsty, sadistic haters to the masochists among the Tiger Beat set: By bruising the face of Justin Bieber to the point of ugliness.
Lucas van Praag has been the canny, sharp-tongued, and invincibly shrewd face of Goldman Sachs’ PR department for quite some time. Even when it was recently announced that the press sith was asked to leave the company, his response was as succinct as it was typically witty. Which is why it’s interesting to see—in his waning days at the investment banking superpower—one of the most elusive spokespeople in the world give an ‘accidental’ 37-minute interview as one of his final actions at the gig.
If you’re a billionaire hedge fund manager like Paul Tudor Jones, one of the things you can do is put together an enormous five-minute Christmas musical light display that prompts children to liken your home to Disney World. Don’t believe us? Watch the video.
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