Second in what we expect will be a long-running series Here’s the cover of the latest edition of WWD. And here, WWD editors, is what the headline should have been: The Audacity of Haute You’re welcome.
From our Late to the Party Pooper desk For almost a year now, the hardtracking staff has been dutifully recording the Fall of the House of Luce, as Time Inc. leases out its editorial content to advertisers. The latest installment comes in … Continue reading
Well the Missus and I trundled down to The Big Town last weekend and say, it was swell. (After, that is, we crawled our way through the Mother-in-Law of All Traffic Jams: From the New York City line to the … Continue reading
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In the runup to next week’s U.S. Open tennis tournament, defending champion Rafael Nadal is understandably doing a lot of media avails. Such as this one for WWD: Rafael Nadal’s Winning Ways Behind the baseline, Rafael Nadal is known to … Continue reading