It's not much! Filings made in association with a $3.75 million lawsuit include the earnings statement of one of the plaintiffs, the Polish supermodel Anna Jagodzinska. That ledger tallies gigs for American Vogue, Vogue Paris, and an H&M campaign.
File this under Because They Can. The latest in stunt-luxury is this rather tame-looking Bottega Veneta Alligator Suitcase. That's said, if a gator has to go, at least its life is apparently worth a lot.
There is a totally made-up story in today's New York Times about Bottega Veneta. You know Bottega. They make those basketweave-y leather bags. Unless you don't know Bottega, in which case now you know the source of all the noxious superiority fumes whenever you're in the realm of one of the carriers of one of those…
Most 20-somethings we know can hardly afford their rent, not to mention an entire "transition wardrobe". No matter! Like so many other fashion magazines, Harper's Bazaar lives in an alternate universe; one in which merchandise is presented in order to please advertisers, not relate to readers. So maybe we shouldn't…
I've been speaking out over the past few days about the looks coming down the runway, but what do the so-called, ahem, "legitimate" fashion critics have to say about Prada, Jil Sander, Giorgio Armani, Burberry, and Bottega Veneta? Eh, some things nice. Some things not so nice. Below, the fashion critics speak.