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2011 May 24
If your Daily looks a little sluggish today, it's the Hamptons' fault. Last night, we shipped the first issue of The Daily Dan, your weekly chic sheet to all things haute, all summer long. Distributed partout around the East End with Dan's Papers, the ultimate doyens of Hamptons publishing, your dear Daily will give you all the glossy dish you know and love...while flooding you with the cheeky-chic elixir you know, love, and crave. Watch our first cover model, the divine and sublime Hilary Rhoda, tell you all about it!
2011 May 23
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The Cannes Film Festival concluded yesterday, and we're gonna miss all the glam. Uma Thurman knocked it out of the park one more time in this Giorgio Armani Privé bright blue mermaid-style dress at the closing night ceremonies. Check out some of our fave looks from yesterday in our Gallery.
2011 May 23
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Terry Richardson is really taking things up a notch in the self-impersonation department. The photographer, who has never met a thumbs-up he didn't like, got none other than Kate Moss to don a Terry mask (!!!) for her recent appearance on his online diary. Color us impressed. How will he top that? Stay tuned!
2011 May 23
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Sisters Ilissa and Dorian Howard of milk and honey have come up with an idea that gets the Chic stamp of approval. They've created a site where you can build your own shoes online. Hello!! With over one million possible shoe combinations in an array of materials and colors, we're in love. We sent the girls our silly questionnaire to get to know them better. Today, we meet Dorian and tomorrow we'll catch up with Ilissa.
Nickname: Dori, Do, Dobie, DHo, Doho, Dolly
Age: Old enough to know better.
Birthplace: The beautiful garden state.
Current Abode: Los Angeles
Hours you sleep: 6
Hours you'd like to sleep: 8 (please!)
Street of choice: Bank Street
Foreign word: Vino
Favorite recent magazine article: "Paul Haggis' New Yorker article on Scientology... fascinating."
Body part: "Mouths with corners that turn up."
Snack: String cheese
How much does your cleaning preson charge per visit? "It's the best $75 I spend all week. "
Blackberry or iPhone? "Blackberry. I can't break my corporate habits…"
Tap or sparkling? Brita.
How often do you check Facebook? "More than I'd like to admit."
Allergy: "I just sneeze a lot, for no apparent reason."
Exercise: "Hiking, pilates, yoga, cirque training, TRX, barre classes, ballet, gymnastics..."
First fashion show: "Marc Jacobs (with my sister!)"
Escape plan: "Run away and join the circus! It's why I'm cirque training now."
Dog or cat? Dog
Illicit crush: "Bill Hemmer from Fox News and Rob Marciano from CNN. I have a soft spot for news anchors."
What makes you jealous? "People that are smarter and savvier than I, and people with pools and iPad2s."
Will you be watching the last episode of Oprah? "With a box of tissues."
Monthly drying cleaning bill: "It could feed a small village…."
2011 May 23
More birthday antics ensued for Sergio Kletnoy last week (though, surprisingly, not to belatedly celebrate his own this time around!), followed by a bit of babysitting, a new British music obsession, and hobnobbing with a Housewife. The week wound down with a rummage through The Boss' purse. All part of the job, of course! The Daily's "The Assistant Files" kicked off with Sergio, and each week we're following his escapades as Marie Claire EIC Joanna Coles' gatekeeper. As always, don't forget to peruse the Gallery of Sergio's fantastic photographic evidence!
Saturday, 10 p.m.
The Marie Claire fashion crew will use any excuse to party, and tonight, we partied till the sun came up. In honor of associate market editor Abby Kalicka (or as I refer to her, ‘My Munchkin’) turning the big 3-0, we converged on Toro Lounge in Tribeca for the first stop in a long night of debauchery. After waiting for a drink at the bar for 45 minutes alongside preppy banker dorks and Jersey Shore castoffs (the things I do for friends), I was quickly over the place. I talked the crew into leaving Toro for Monster, our fave spot in the West Village. The club was packed with shirtless boys, drunk girls and everything in between. Five minutes into arrival, the birthday girl found herself in a dance-off against some of Manhattan’s burliest drag queens, which looked a lot like that dance scene from White Chicks. With our drinks up in the air, we cheered Abby on and danced the night away. Next stop: a private room at Karaoke Boho at 2:30 a.m. for an hour of really bad off-key singalongs to some of the cheesiest songs ever made. (My take on "Puttin’ on the Ritz" was roundly booed by all of my so-called friends. Haters.) So much for my dream of becoming the next American Idol. Cut to 4 a..m.—we’re wolfing down countless slices of the best pizza in NYC, at Bleeker Street Pizza, and wondering where we lost the birthday girl.
Sunday, 10:30 a.m.
Jogged the Central Park loop in a desperate bid to sober up before my babysitting gig this afternoon. By 1 p.m., Baby Graydon and I were crashed on the couch watching the Jim & Pam wedding episode from The Office while he rocked out to Chris Brown’s “Forever”. Who said white boys can’t dance?
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