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This Week in Drama: The Great
What Not to Wear
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We recap the pettiest squabbles, juiciest feuds, and other niche drama you didn’t know you were living for every week.
Cast Agrees Han Solo’s Personal Style Would Skew Japanese
Fashion people and the
cast discuss space style.
A Cool, Quality Sneaker No One Else Will Have
In collaboration with Stacy London.
Gaultier to Skip Men’s Fashion Week; Leighton Meester Hates Bras
Plus, Marion Cotillard poses for French
’s 100th issue.
What Forever 21 Has in Common With Strip Clubs; Stacy London’s New Rent-a-Stylist Service
Plus, Terry Richardson for DVF.
Seeking the Worst-Dressed Woman in America
Clinton and Stacy need a more tragic subject than usual for an upcoming episode.
Model Karen Mulder Arrested; Coco Rocha Debuts for E!
Also, Stacy London suffered a fashion faux pas in Carroll Gardens.
L’Oréal Lays Off 260; Comme des Garçons for H&M Already on eBay!
Plus, Olay’s new skin-care line, and Sarah Silverman on selling out her pubic hair.
Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni to Attend YSL’s Funeral
Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and John Galliano will also attend. Also, Vera Wang has new stores in the works, and Mayor Bloomberg makes a fashion funny.
Carolina Herrera Will Tell You If You’re Too Thin to Look Good
If Carolina Herrera sees a model who doesn’t look healthy, she not only doesn’t cast her — she’ll pull the mannequin aside and give her a talking-to.
Nina Garcia Likely to Return to ‘Project Runway’; Naomi Campbell Lies
Harvey Weinstein is determined to have Nina Garcia back to judge ‘Project Runway,’ Naomi Campbell says she refuses to fly British Airways, and Italy banned a Tom Ford ad!
cult of personality
Stacy London Is Actually Kind of Awesome
Anyone who talks the kind of ‘Hills’ smack she did is welcome to lunch with us any day.
Banana Republic Goes Monogram; More Murakami Fuss
Banana Republic’s monogram adventure opens in the West Village today, Gwen Stefani makes even pricier handbags, and John Galliano’s minions do manual labor.