[WWD] The tyke celebrated his birthday with a family tea, including his great grandmother the queen as a guest. [Los Angeles Times] cComments The American fascination with royalty is childish fairy tale giddiness. Castles and kings! Real princesses! Swoon!! Castles hold interest as architecture and a reflection of medieval history, but were designed and built as unromantic fortifications to enforce the royal subjugation of entire…
Fashion Magazines Are Often Ridiculous (And That’s Fine)
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Auction Selling Milan Fashion Week Tickets For $95K | StyleBlazer
Politico recently wrote that such shoots are demeaning in their “triviality.” New York’s The Cut yesterday insisted the opposite , that we should “celebrate” these magazines for helping successful women out with their “fashion fluency.” Our choices, apparently, are these: either damn any Serious Woman who’s worn lipstick while photographed, or take her Chanel habit as providing serious insight into her intelligence and/or soul. How awful that sounds. Let’s reclaim being ambivalent about fashion magazines, instead, if that’s alright with everyone. Forgive me for rewinding about a hundred years to do so, but a pretty good way to grasp the right attitude, I think, is to look at Dorothy Parker. She was something of a Serious Woman who ended up sour on fashion magazines, but it was a matter of direct experience.
Just $25,000 for the Milan shows and $10,000 for Miu Miu in Paris. If you want to skip the hassle of bidding and guarantee your seat, you can buy the whole ticket package for the Milan shows for the small price of $95,000 USD. Photo: WENN While the money collected from the auction willfund the continued support this one of its free-of-charge artist incubator in the Hamptons, its important to note that fashion shows are free. Sometimes designers even pay A-list celebs to appear in the front row and industry professionals certainly get their expenses paid by their employers. If you have the dough to spend by all means get your fashion on, but if not, youd have better luck pretending youre a hot shot blogger who just happened to have enough free time to cover the show.