People’s Jess Cagle Could Helm Vanity Fair, Condé Nast Releases Statement on Sexual Harassment

by Sydney Sadick

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People’s Jess Cagle Could Helm Vanity Fair [Page Six]
Cagle is currently the editorial director of People and Entertainment Weekly.

Condé Nast Releases Statement on Sexual Harassment [Vogue UK]
In light of recent sexual harassment allegations in the fashion industry, Jonathan Newhouse, CEO of Condé Nast International, and Bob Sauerberg, CEO of Condé Nast, issue their official statement on the issue.

Heidi Klum Teases Halloween Costume [Vanity Fair]
She is set to host her 18th annual Halloween party at Magic Hour Rooftop Bar & Lounge at Moxy Times Square.

Trump Spends Over $1M to Redecorate White House [NBC]
That includes $17,000 for custom rugs, $7,000 for “furniture pedestals,” $5,000 for wallpaper, and $12,800 for a custom conference table from the same company that made one for Richard M. Nixon.

A David Bowie Exhibit Is Coming to Brooklyn Museum [Harper’s Bazaar]
Get a first look at the exhibition honoring the late icon.

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