@lilbobbytables is a la-di-da feminist: That I might actually buy as some kind of Richard Prince conceptual art doohickey.
@LooseBaggyMonster: It's false information — something demonstrably, patently incorrect, which nonetheless got published. If I'm not mistaken, that used to be considered a self-evidently bad thing. Perhaps before, as you say, we stopped caring.
@greygreygrey: Sure, if you're random-magazine-X and you've never pulled from Prada before, their PR department is going to rake you over the coals for breaking up one of their looks. But one of the perks of being American Vogue is an insulation from that kind of pernicious dictation. If Vogue's stylists wanted to…
@Tilly Monster: The sex-ed curriculum in Oregon is called Students Today Aren't Ready for Sex? That is priceless.
@Rare Affinity: I'm pretty sure she means only luxury watches. You know, the kind that get sold at Baselworld. That category has been doing about as well as Hermès' super-expensive leather goods. At least so far.
@snug*bug: NoHo — a tiny neighborhood North of Houston St. in Manhattan. Shoulda clarified! Although the thought that Kanye would chill in Valley Village is interesting to entertain.
@LaFemme: I ducked into Barneys last week during a rainstorm and the place was mobbed. I thought it was just the weather. Seriously, what gives? We better not call it a recovery or we'll jinx it.
@AprilLayne: Payment in trade is entirely standard for all runway work in the U.S. Unless your name starts with "N" and ends in "aomi Campbell."
@bettytron: I am really sorry! We all forgot there are some of you out there who still get your Jezebel in old-fashioned "expanded" view. We took the photo cropping of the standard "condensed" view for granted.
@gherkinfiend: You can click through to the Observer's piece directly from the homepage, without opening this page and seeing the NSFW picture.