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Hadley Freeman

  1. other critics
    British Fashion Press Less Than Thrilled With Sex and the City 2 StylingHilary Alexander said the movie was “short on style.”
  2. boobs or lose
    Hadley Freeman: Fashion Designers Don’t Care About Breasts Because They Don’t Care About Appealing to Straight Men“When it comes to aesthetics, straight men have no sense at all.”
  3. burning questions
    Why Do Models Pose Like They Need to Go to the Bathroom?Because it makes them look frail, which is chic.
  4. going on with their bad selves
    British Vogue Editor Alexandra Shulman Bought a Victoria Beckham DressIs it time to stop denigrating celebrity fashion designers?
  5. other critics
    Presenting the World’s Most Accurate Review of ‘The Rachel Zoe Project’Hadley Freeman perfectly sums up what’s so irritating about Rachel Zoe’s new reality show.
  6. loose threads
    Man Convicted in Gucci Stock-Fraud Scandal; Sean Avery Dates a CougarAlso, Dolce & Gabbana needs a new president, Ashton Kutcher lands a Pepe jeans campaign, and Behati’s got a new music video.
  7. loose threads
    Rihanna Lands Gucci Campaign; Italian ‘Vogue’ Demand HighCondé Nast is printing an extra 10,000 of the all-black Italian ‘Vogue,’ Botkier’s Target collection goes on sale, and Miss USA falls down.
  8. loose threads
    Marc Jacobs Casts Models for Fall; Jessica Simpson Does UnderwearKirsten Owen and Stella Tennant will appear in Jacobs’s fall campaign. Also, Pierr Bergé plans to auction contents of YSL’s Left Bank home.
  9. There Is No Such Thing As Overpacking’The Guardian”s Hadley Freeman explains why it’s more than okay to pack “options” for vacation and why being a good packer is so overrated.
  10. run through
    Americans Are Over Bling, But China and Russia Aren’t!Are you the kind of person who hears the words “economy” or “emerging markets” and immediately thinks, Economy eshmonomy, emerging markets cookie whatever? If so, and you care about fashion, now is the time to change your tune. The economy does indeed affect what you wear (crap), because designers create their wares based on what you’re in a position to buy.