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If you're ever looking for a celebrity to dislike just make your way over to Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle portal "Goop". A lot of ink has been spilled on the idiocy of the site (for good reason) due to the scribes terrible spelling and inane suggestions. In a recession chic piece about saving ca$h she prattles on about a $4,000 watch being a steal. HELLO?! Welcome to the real world lady where people smell bad, don't name the kids after arbitrary nouns, and do their own damn laundry. Let's be honest. G-dubs probably needs a manual with detailed instructions to use "Spray and Wash".
Nonetheless, in her latest passage she goes on about frenemies and how terrible we are for celebrating taking someone down a few pegs. She starts the whole thing with an admission about a another celeb... that is clearly Winona Ryder. Way to take the high road G. (click images to enlarge)
After a whirlwind of work and some lengthy discussions about the content I provide I have returned from my unexpected hiatus. I've gone through all of your inquiries and feedback and am looking to continue to present you with the special and exclusive runway looks that you desire in addition to seeking out more celebrity news. Today will bring you major trends from the Spring/Summer 09 collections. Enjoy!
Isabelle McNally, daughter of legendary NYC restaurateur Keith McNally, has landed an Urban Outfittersmodeling campaign and a spread in Nylon Magazine. The 18 year old burdgeoning attention whore/aspiring actress, is a fixture in the whole stylish and tragic Cory Kennedy/MisShapes downtown culture. She's best known for appearing at young, fashionable events in the city and for her troubles at a few prestigious schools. According to her MySpace she's now a member of Narcotics Anonymous, so between that and the modeling gigs the young lady has a bright and promising future in fashion.
For over a decade, Reggie Cameron has worked behind the scenes as a publicist and marketing executive for mass market retailers, chic boutiques, and clothing lines producing fashion shows and working as a celebrity stylist.
Jumping to the other side of the press release, he provides commentary and coverage with an insider's edge.
His goal is to share with you his adventures in Vanityhood and abroad by servicing our mutual need for outlandish launches, regrettable red carpet garb, and always...wardrobe malfunctions!