Just What The World Needs: 'Sex And The City' Panties

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  • Oh, Christ. There is going to be a Sex and the City lingerie line by Cosabella as a tie-in with the movie. Predictably, there will be four mini-lines, named after each of the four main characters on the show, meaning the "Samantha" line will be for the transgendered? Excellent. [WWD, 1st item]
  • How did we not know that Nina Ricci designer Olivier Theyskens once collaborated with the Smashing Pumpkins? [Vogue UK]
  • "I collect vintage jewelry and I'm lucky enough to be married to a rich man who can buy it for me." So says Iman. Um, so like, all that modeling you've been doing over the past few decades has been pro bono? How nice. [WWD, sub req'd]
  • Mark your Chanukadvent calendars! Isaac Mizrahi is appearing on Martha Stewart's show on Dec. 18! We can't wait to see those two queens frost cookies together. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • Model Jessica White is to become one of the new faces of Maybelline cosmetics. And she's black! [Sassybella]
  • Designer shoe brand Patrick Cox is now officially up for sale. We assume this is because we haven't heard anyone talk about Patrick Cox since the late '90's. [Vogue UK]
  • The Proenza Schouler boys are taking the time slot vacated by Marc Jacobs for the Fall/Winter 2008 shows during New York Fashion Week in February. [Fashion Week Daily]
  • God, we love a good Anya Hindmarch tongue-in-cheek knock-off. [Sassybella]

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@bowlingfordollars: I agreet that it was well done, but it was a Darren Star fantasy that too many non-NYC women bought as "reality." I personally liked the show, knowing the whole time it was kitch and silly. I liked the friendship aspects and the gems of truth regarding single women's lives. (He's just not that into you? Still genius.) We all want to be strong in our single status, but even the best of us end up in many relationship conversations. As I get older, I recognize that the SATC women behave more like 20 year olds than 30 year olds, but hey, it doesn't lessen the fun. And really, it's Darren Star. Anyone who takes Mr. Melrose Place seriously is a few sandwiches short of a picnic.