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Truman Says

What we love most about The New York Times is that they aren't afraid to tackle high-brow and low, especially since they unleashed their usual columnists to a bunch of meta-blogs. The perfect example is the way celebrated critic Cathy Horyn hits the ground running on her On The Runway blog. During Fashion Week, she uses it to share cute Tweets, quick thoughts, random moments and the like before her fuller, and more thoughtful proper reviews that run in the actual paper (as well as online).

August 19 2011 12:44 PM

Anna Wintour may have gotten on the Glee train a little late, but  now that she's onboard, she seems to be enjoying the ride. Not only did she have the cast of New Directions (plus Blaine, minus Mercedes and Santana) star in a spread for her illustrious, ten-trillion page tome that is the September issue, she's enlisted Fox and the cast to help promote her holiday of consumerism on television too.

August 18 2011 2:18 PM

While Carine Roitfeld's departure from her position as EIC of Vogue Paris sent tongues a wagging less than a year ago, girlfriend has been busier, and more visible than ever. Her latest endeavor was to style in Barneys' fall campaign, and she enlisted the help of her family and friends, and even stepped in front of the lens herself (above, in Rick Owens -- werq).

August 18 2011 1:30 PM

Billed as a tally of two cities, Paris Vs. New York the romantic City of Lights versus the aggressive Big Apple, there are numerous ways to wax rhapsodic on the many different ways that the two cities can be compared. One seminal way, of course, has to do with the women who dictate taste and fashion. For gay Paris, its the frizzy, flaming-haired designer Sonia Rykiel versus the tightly-bobbed, stiff-upper-lipped Wintour (little need be sad regarding who we favor).

August 17 2011 12:25 PM

Yesterday, luxury retailer Barneys seemed to be relishing its time in the spotlight. New York Magazine's fall fashion issue has a story about the store's new CEO, Mark Lee, and his major revamp of the NYC shopping destination.

August 16 2011 10:20 AM

The TV show Glee burst onto the scene just over two years ago and seemingly became an overnight sensation. Who knew that with network schedules clogged with catty Real Housewives, crystal meth-making science teachers, and slick '50s advertising agents, the enduring frontrunner would be a blend of musical theatre with melodrama that focuses on a clan of high school outsiders.

August 16 2011 7:51 AM
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