New York Magazine’s Alexis Swerdloff profiled professional mingler Derek Blasberg, and the article—which makes the unfortunate comparison between Blasberg and Truman Capote—is packed to the gills with weird anecdotes.
Derek Blasberg, the socialite that Getty Images frequently captions “actor” by accident, has been officially knighted by Graydon Carter as Vanity Fair’s “man on the street.” In a press release, Carter offered this explanation: “He seems to be everyone’s best friend.”
Before fashion week, there were reams of stories offering dismal outlooks on the party scene. Nobody was having an after party. Nothing would be the same. The Economy. Etc. I haven't found this the case.