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Front rows as family affairs? Why not, when your sons are those Brant bros.? Stephanie Seymour filled us in… Itâ€™s not every family that goes to shows together! Do you ever go on picnics?
Of course we do! Weâ€™re a regular family. We go to football games, baseball games, and Jason Wu shows! Youâ€™re in Jasonâ€™s current campaign, no?
Jasonâ€™s people called and said theyâ€™ll pay you in clothes.
It ainâ€™t easy putting out a fashion magazine for the richest people on the planet, but if anyone knows how, itâ€™s Stefano Tonchi. His super-luxe readership loves what heâ€™s doing, and if youâ€™re honest with yourself, you know you do, too. He invited us up to his art-filled aerie to talk twins, reinvention, and the importance of aspiration.
BY CHRISTOPHER TENNANT
Itâ€™s been five months since this Domino-trix fled Murdochâ€™s WSJ. for the friendlier folds of The New York Times. Her mission? Restore the struggling paperâ€™s onetime cash machine, the Singer-ized T magazine, to its Tonchi-era glory. Here, the print worldâ€™s most in-demand turnaround artist opens up about, well…everything.
BY ALEXANDRA ILYASHOV
Snow angels and dreams of snow days avec Girls beauty Allison Williams! What was your first thought when you woke up today?
Is it a snow day? Is anything canceled? Nothing was. Itâ€™s so New York, so New York Fashion Week. Come rain, or sleet. What if you didnâ€™t have a driver?
Iâ€™d walk with my Hunter boots on and my umbrella turned out to get to the shows.
Vivacious doesn’t even begin to describe the publishing powerhouse that is Connie Anne Phillips, who’s been keeping InStyle (way, way) atop the glossy pile over the past four years. The Vogue alum invited us into her splashily decorated office to discuss her secrets… InStyleâ€™s been booming since you arrived in 2009! Whatâ€™s the trick?
As we continue to ring in a decade of front row hopping and soiree cavorting with our fashion favorites all week, The Daily is feeling the love. Le swoon! Our pals at Page Six captured the joyful, oh so cheeky (would you expect anything else from us?) splendor that was our Daily dinner with Maybelline New York at Indochine on Thursday eve.
After 20 years at the helm of the hautest media brand on the planet, Vanity Fairâ€™s fearless leader requires little introduction. The Oscar party, the restaurants, the haircut, the Rolodexâ€”you know the drill. But do you know the man? We sent the inimitable George Wayneâ€”VFâ€™s resident jester and the undisputed master of the wicked celebrity Q&A genreâ€”to give the biggest name in the mag game a taste of his own delicious medicine.
BY GEORGE WAYNE
Director Ben Affleck was snubbed for Argo. What should he do on Oscar night? â€œHe should just think thereâ€™s always a next time. Thereâ€™s always a next time.â€ â€”Crystal Renn
â€œShow up and be a gentleman.â€ â€”Rebecca Minkoff
â€œHave a great night in?â€ â€”Kate Lanphear
â€œI donâ€™t know! I stay out of everyoneâ€™s business.â€ â€”Angela Simmons