2010 April 7
(NEW YORK) The Pink Panthers [New Yorker]
A gang of jewel thieves known as the Pink Panthers have made off with nearly a quarter of a billion dollars since its first heist as Graff in London; New Yorker reporter at large David Samuels speaks to seventeen detective--and one of the Panthers
Editor shuffle [Page Six]
After Hearst replaced three major EICs, could Redbook's Stacey Morrison be next?
Lilly Pulitzer: Fashion With a Colorful Narrative [NY Times]
"When I visited the newly refurbished two-story shop on Madison Avenue, I was, as usual, dressed entirely in black, which doesn’t make me self-conscious in most New York locales. But here, it was a bit like attending a children’s birthday party in a latex ski mask"
My Kind of Girl [Vogue UK]
A reference from Natalie Massanet goes a long way; Carven designer Guillaume Henry is dubbed "a young Saint Laurent," but responds, "Imagine the pressure!?"
Arresting or offensive? The fashion police (me!) say send them down [Times UK]
Love it or leave it: spring trends leather tees, socks with sandals, and sweatpants as trousers get ripped apart