Morning Memo: Bill Blass to Close; A Magazine for A Small World; Bernard Madoff Gets Shoved

Here is a video of disgraced investor Bernard Madoff getting into a pushing match with some people on the street. (One of his recruiters, Bob Jaffe, may have had a similar experience at a birthday party on Saturday night.) [Cityfile]

Nexcon-owned label Bill Blass is shutting down. [The Cut]

Asmallworld.net, Harvey Weinstein‘s social networking site for fancy people, has launched a “journal of social and contemporary culture.” Whether non-members will be able to read it is unclear. [P6]

Lawyers for Heath Ledger‘s family are taking ReliaStar Life Insurance to court over the company’s refusal to honor the actor’s $10 million policy. [Second item, Gatecrasher]

Vociferously pansexual editor Neal Boulton and wife Claire made out with the same guy at Genre’s holiday party. [P6]

Dolce Vita, Studio B, Porky’s, and “one of the country’s most famous nightclubs” (something in Chelsea) are all for sale. [Grub Street]

Morning Memo: Bill Blass to Close; A Magazine for A Small World; Bernard Madoff Gets Shoved