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Socialites

  1. crime
    Anna Delvey Wants to Make a Plea DealThe scammer wore her Céline glasses to court.
  2. money
    How an Aspiring ‘It’ Girl Tricked New York’s Party People — and Its BanksSomebody had to foot the bill for Anna Delvey’s fabulous new life. The city was full of marks.
  3. crime
    Socialite Arrested for Allegedly Assaulting Man With Glass PurseThis was after she allegedly made anti-Semitic comments to his mother.
  4. Zsa Zsa Gabor, an Actress and Socialite Who Reveled in Her Celebrity, Dies at 99Gabor was as well-known for her many high-profile marriages as she was for her movie roles.
  5. living la vita dolce
    Sail Into the Weekend With This Kooky Italian Jet-setter’s Dance VideoAn inspiration to us all.
  6. high society
    Actually, Personal Brands Horrify Tinsley MortimerOpinions cast on the new class of socialites. 
  7. encounter
    Catching Up With Tinsley Mortimer“I had thought, Well, maybe I’ll go to Brooklyn, because it’s young and cool. But I didn’t want to feel lonely or scared or like a fish out of water.”
  8. socialite media
    Don’t Bathe in Cash If You Owe TaxesA social media lesson.
  9. look of the day
    Hadley Nagel’s Debutante Ballgown Was Strapless and Off-WhiteAs is customary for debutantes, she accessorized with white gloves and a bouquet of roses.
  10. vanity's unfair
    Vanity Fair Tells Us What We Already Know: Rich People Can Afford to Dress WellOr at least expensively.
  11. life is so hard
    Olivia Palermo Misses Work at DVF’s Office for Fashion WeekShe says she’s out for ‘personal reasons’ and hasn’t been feeling well lately.
  12. omfg
    Fashion Week Emergency: Lydia Hearst Hospitalized for Kidney Stones!WILL SHE BE OKAY??!?!?!?
  13. fashion yearbook
    Socialites Don Their Spring Dresses, We Judge ThemChecking out photos from last night’s parties, we noticed the outfits were as spring-ready as the sandals — sandals! — on our feet right now. So obviously we had to judge them.
  14. new york fugging city
    Y-3 Has Them Falling Out of Their Seats We’re sure the idea to hold the Y-3 show in the gymnasium at Hunter College made a lot of sense at the time. The athletic venue dovetailed nicely with the sporty collection, which — with its track-pants and slouchy sweaters and peacoats — reminded us of something the richest kid at your college would wear out to the gym on a cold day. It was cute the way the time clock counted down to the start of the show, and we certainly appreciated the popcorn and spiked sodas. On the other hand, sitting on the bleachers wasn’t fun ten years ago, and it’s even less fun when you’re surrounded by people who are all either bigger than your typical student or wrapped in bigger, furrier, more expensive coats.
  15. new york fugging city
    Catherine Malandrino: Where Fashion Fears to TreadWe found it deliciously evil that Catherine Malandrino scheduled her fall-winter 2007 at the Chelsea Art Museum to coincide with “Dangerous Beauty,” an exhibit that forces visitors to walk across a floor of bathroom scales. The very idea that a bunch of fashionistas, bundled up in an extra ten pounds of outerwear no less, might be required to traipse across a gigantic Floor of Judgment in order to see Malandrino’s show thoroughly tantalized us. The prospect had absolutely nothing to do with our decision to wear fewer layers today. Nothing at all.
  16. show & tell
    The Rumor Mill: Fashion Blogs We LikeFashion bloggers are typing away, bringing us the latest rumors and info that makes the Internet worthwhile. Here are just a handful of our favorites. Fashionista is reporting up-to-the minute rumors on the Marc Jacobs show. Dita Von Teese is expected to open the show, and the models will be sporting pink, red, or blue hair. So punk rock!