High Tech Versace Home; Air New Zealand's Mary Voyage; Dangerous Crocs; Michael Jackson's Wig Woes

9.18.2007

By Nick Burns

Versace's newly-launched interiors website allows architects and interior designers to download 2- and 3-D models of items to include in design plans. So, you can be sure that your purple and white gold bed will fit in your bedroom. [WWD]

Air New Zealand plans a "Pink Flight" from San Francisco to Sydney's Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in February. According to Queerty, "High-flying homos will enjoy some international camp as the crew dons
feathered boas, serve pink cocktails and provide a bit of cabaret." All this in-flight fun for $1000. I always thought an airline with a name like Virgin would be the first to plan something like this. Yay for the Kiwis! [Queerty]

The unstoppable virus that is Crocs footwear, the neon colored shoes favored by fashion-oblivious midwestern tourists and lazy soccer moms, are causing injuries! Crikey! According to Radar, they get caught in escalators. If being an absolute eyesore wasn't reason enough to avoid the hideous things, maybe croc-hungry escalators will teach people that the shoes are not appropriate to wear in public. [Radar]

Always the drag queen of pop, Michael Jackson's wig required three hours of sprucing for a recent Italian Vogue photo shoot, say the NY Post. Come on, any drag queen worth her weight in pancake makeup lives by two cardinal rules: "The higher the hair, the closer to Jesus" and "Never spend more time on your wig than on your face." Oh, wait, Jackson has spent more time (and money) on his face. [NY Post]

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