“Well, it’s a visual business. People want to see the anchor.”
—”Fox News” host Megyn Kelly‘s response to a comment from a GQ reporter that “you sit behind a glass table that shows off your legs.” Interestingly, this segues into a GQ reporter asking Megyn if she is a feminist. Let’s see what Megyn has to say, after the jump.
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Designers are already clamoring to get the attention of Prince William’s fiancee, Kate Middleton, and why shouldn’t they? Get your dress into a royal wedding and you become an iconic designer, business booms, and you’re set for life (or at least a while). Monique Lhuillier, one of the biggest names in luxury wedding gowns, has contributed a princess-worthy gown idea that’s sure to catch Kate’s eye. A handful of other British and international designers have also imagined creations for People—check out a couple of our faves for some midday daydreaming, after the jump! [People] Keep reading »
Neiman Marcus has entered the off-price retail game with the launch of Last Call Studio, a new retail concept store, and LastCall.com. Both entities feature designer fashions and shoes at a large discount from the suggested retail price. But don’t be mistaken, the Last Call items aren’t last year’s cast-offs. The fashions are actually on-trend and in-season and have been selected specifically for Last Call. I had the opportunity to shop at the new Last Call Studio in Paramus, NJ, and was shocked at the huge selection and amazing deals. I scored a pair of Charles Jourdan shoes for almost $88 less than the original price! There were also clothes and shoes from Diane Von Furstenberg, 7 For All Mankind, Rachel Roy, and Sam Edelman. But if you’re like me and don’t live near one of the Last Call Studio stores in Paramus, Dallas, or Rockville, MD, don’t feel slighted because the Last Call website has nearly identical merchandise to the stores. Will you shop at LastCall.com or Last Call Studio? [LastCall.com] Keep reading »