2009 August 12
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) Graff Attack [Vogue UK]
£40 million in jewels stolen from London's Graff flagship--the biggest heist in British history
Playing to the Middle [NY Times]
"Herein lies the genius of J. C. Penney: It has the most obese mannequins I have ever seen. It’s like a headless wax museum devoted entirely to the cast of 'Roseanne.'"
Red-Letter Day [Vogue UK]
Escada shareholders reject restructuring plan--which means back to the drawing board for the struggling company
Why get highlights, when you can have 'Twilights'? [LA Times]
Ok, now we've taken this Twilight obsession just a bit too far...
Alton Towers bans men in Speedos [Guardian UK]
How small is too small? British water park bans Speedos
More shakeups chez Hearst: Kimberly Cutter will be departing from her position as executive editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Cutter’s decision to leave came just a year after she arrived...
achary Quinto is No Stranger to the Fashion Circuit [Mr. Porter] From hitting the red carpet at the CFDA awards to getting a bit punky at the Met Ball, this man knows his way around...
Daniel Lalonde, president of Ralph Lauren International, is bidding adieu to the company. Lalonde joined Ralph Lauren in January 2012 and was previously at LVMH, where he served as...