A man (Jacques Hyzagi), deeply angered by the supposed editorial blunders that affected a story (an interview with Rei Kawakubo, the Comme des Garcons designer/artist/genius disdainful of press) he was writing for Elle, has decided to blowtorch the monoliths of the New York media industry, which is to say the outlets…
Johanna Cox, who won a job at Elle on Stylista, has left the magazine. In a bridge-burning blog post, Cox describes "working on the real-life set of that Meryl Streep movie" under a "very senior person" who was...less than collegial.
- The mystery man Gisele Bündchen was seen canoodling with at a Paris Vogue party is believed to be a New York art dealer — and ex-boyfriend of Bündchen's fellow Brazilian model Ana Beatriz Barros — named Helly Nahmad. Ahem. [Racked]
During Fashion Week, we've been milling around the tents, going to off-site shows, Fashion's Night Out events and sneaking backstage to find out how much people—designers, stylists, editors, celebrities, Real Housewives—pay for their shoes.
Today in Tweet Beat, Randy Jackson says it was too soon after MJ's death to film a reality show, Michael Lohan is still talking shit on his ex, and Suze Orman gives car-purchasing advice.
- Before we tackle today's inevitable layoffs, liquidations and bankruptcies, look at David Beckham. Look at semi-naked David Beckham. In his very important new Emporio Armani ad. Why, good morning to you, Dave. [People]
Fashion designer Zac Posen was on Stylista last night to help Elle's Anne Slowey and Joe Zee with the elimination.