Morning Links: Signs of Life for Shelter, Fashion

While shelter nuts drool over Conde Nast’s rumored reboot of Domino, Bloomberg will send terminal subscribers a print luxury lifestyle

While shelter nuts drool over Conde Nast’s rumored reboot of Domino, Bloomberg will send terminal subscribers a print luxury lifestyle magazine, Bloomberg Pursuits, edited by Vince Bielski. [WWD]

Nicholas Kristof jumps on the anti-Backpage bandwagon in his Times column today which, fine, but did he have to call that poor trafficked girl “Baby Face”? [NY Times]

Lisa Erspamer, a co-executive producer of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” who worked with Oprah Winfrey for twenty years abruptly left the OWN network. [NY Times]

Salman Rushdie is still waiting on a marriage proposal answer from ex-flame Michelle Barish, who split with Giants co-owner Steve Tisch, last month. Page Six is still grateful for Salman Rushdie’s late on-set craziness. [Page Six]

Former Post columnist Rod Dreher got an estimated $1 million to write about his sister’s battle with lung cancer, accordign to his old employer. [Post]

Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman wants an off the record sit down with Charlie Gasparino after he made fun of him on-air. [Yahoo Cutline]

Ad sales strong across fashion titles. [WWD]

 

 

 

 

Morning Links: Signs of Life for Shelter, Fashion