Truman Says

The dust has yet to settle from the tragic, if not wholly unexpected, death of singer and musician Amy Winehouse while journalists scramble to make sense of what Winehouse's effect on popular culture will be, in the immediate fall out and in a more lasting way.

July 28 2011 12:07 PM


July 28 2011 8:37 AM

Um, you didn't think that we wouldn't notice your latest accessory, now, did you Mr. Armani? Seems like the designer found an alarmingly attracive pal to accompany him on his latest vacation. Hey, we don't judge (quit you're eye-rolling!) -- good for you, girl. 

July 28 2011 8:11 AM

While Anna Wintour's camp has vehemently denied any memoir on the Vogue editor-in-chief, no word yet on the New York Observer's item that her second-in-command, creative director Grace Coddington, has just sold a memoir on her life to Random House for $1.2 million.

July 27 2011 1:51 PM

More than a year after his death, the late designer Alexander McQueen is still able to elicit headlines -- from Princess Katherine wearing a dress designed by his protogé Sarah Burton -- who now heads his label -- to the Royal Wedding to the Met's immensely successful show "Savage Beauty," in honor of his work -- the designer still exerts an influence over pop culture.

July 27 2011 12:49 PM

New York Sports Club points out that while the law is no longer stands in the way of gay men and women from getting married, their flabby bodies may. 

July 26 2011 5:30 AM