Via Racked: Her Excellency Anna Wintour, as photographed by Mario Testino for the cover of WSJ.
Via Paris Vogue:”Le permier look du défilé Givenchy …: short et chemise à imprimé Rotweiler et baskets vernies.”
From The New York Times: “In granting bail, Judge Howard Riddle ordered that Mr. Assange appear again in court on Jan. 11. He also said that between then and now he must reside at Ellingham Hall, a Georgian mansion in Bungay, in eastern England, owned by Vaughan Smith, the founder of a club for journalists. Mr. Assange must spend every night at the mansion and will be electronically tagged so the police can track his movements, the judge said.” Read full report HERE.
Presenting a scene from L’Amour, filmed in October, 1970 in fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld‘s apartment, Paris, France. Starring Karl Lagerfeld, Donna Jordan, Jane Forth, Patti d’Arbanville, Max Delys, and Michael Sklar. Written and directed by Andy Warhol and Paul Morrisey.
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Snob, the general-interest, Russian-language magazine, owned by billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov, and catering to that country’s global elite, launches in New York this week. According to The Wall Street Journal “The name of the magazine does not mean to Russians what it means to Americans. For readers, the title Snob is “obviously ironic,”… the title is an acronym of the Russian words for accomplished, independent, educated and thriving. For Russians, a snob has come to mean a self-made man, or a person who has gained the right to snobbishness.”
The Hollywood Reporter, the venerable daily entertainment industry trade paper, goes glossy and weekly in November courtesy Janice Min, formerly editor-in-chief of Us Weekely, and new owners E5 Global Media LLC.
Browsing the Excellent branded merchandise at the new Monocle shop at 535 Hudson Street in Manhattan.