2009 November 4
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) Barack Obama recruits Sarah Jessica Parker to arts panel [Telegraph UK]
Anna Wintour, SJP, Kerry Washington and more to serve as members of Obama's Committee on Arts and the Humanities
Escada Continued [Vogue UK]
Sven Ley, son of Escada founder Wolfgang Ley, will bid on the financially unstable house
Tom Ford's bout with depression [Page Six]
Words of wisdom from Mr. Ford: "Just because I've become spiritual doesn't mean I can't love crocodile"
Where the Bad ’80s Has a Niche [NY Times]
"Tom Binns is good absurdist fun; a macho, roguish approach to jewelry, with a nice appreciation for the birds (both female and stuffed) and a deliberate resurrection of ’80s punk-rock misanthropy"
How Tough Times Yield Model Children [WSJ]
When the economy is down, people look to bank on their cute kids; one agency has seen a 50% increase in applicants in the past three years
Forget any superstitions about the number 13 being unlucky: Swarovski is celebrating its many years (a baker's dozen, to be exact) of working with the CFDA Awards. To toast the occasion...
Opening Ceremony is planning to expand thanks to a minority investment from Boston-based Berkshire Partners. The investment company recently teamed up with former David Yurman CEO ...
Vogue is in the midst of a digital revamp, but you’ll have to wait until September to see the result. The fashion glossy’s online counterpart has been undergoing a total makeover...