Is it possible to be more ENC? Emperor’s New Clothes, that is. Presenting the $2,990 plaid flannel shirt from Yves Saint Laurent.
Bergdorf’s bills it as Punk-Grunge. I’m still in shock and in awe
of the hubris it takes to charge nearly $3,000 for this shapeless bit of non-design meant to be worn over a little, black, equally over-priced dress ($2,990).
Definitely for the “I only donate, but never shop at the thrift shop” crowd. Everyone else can duplicate the look for under $50 at their local Goodwill.
This one is a wow. Unlike the obscenely expensive glass-walled, cold and industrial PH at One 57 for $90,000.000 (famous for the dangling Hurricane Sandy crane) , this $10 million dollar four bedroom at the Apthorp feels like both a home and a trophy. Holding company JSR Capital snagged 40 units in 2006 during the landmark’s very troubled conversion to condo and is aggressively re-marketing the units for sale.
Most pols look lousy in shorts (think Bill Clinton in his POTUS jogging days) and Mayor Mike is no exception. This shot of him promoting the pleasures of the Adirondacks with Andrew Cuomo reminds us just how much a good tailor (and suit) can do for a 72 year old billionaire.
Doulas Elliman Broker and former porn star, Fredrik Eklund
The NYFD calendar is back, for its second appearance since it was canceled in 2007 when one of New York’s bravest and hottest was revealed to have had a prior life in porn. A similar resume is enjoyed by Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York’s Fredrick Eklund and he revels in his naughty past. So let’s revel in all this brave beefcake strutting for charity, $12.95.
Kudos to 41 for showing us how it’s done. He can no longer walk but keeps rocking those crazy socks . Obviously his fashion filter came off a long time ago, and his colorful hosiery is a late-life version of the pink pants men of his class wore at the club.
The 89-year-old George H.W. Bush, who just a few years ago parachuted out of an airplane, is no longer able to stand and spoke less than a minute at the White House Monday. But the 41st president still showed his spark with the colorful socks that are becoming his trademark and the barbs he traded with his son, Neil, chairman of the Points of Light organization. Bush simply thanked the Obamas for their hospitality and then turned the floor to Neil by telling him, “Keep it short.”
“He may not be parachuting any more, but he’s taken up a new hobby and that is he’s trying to be a style setter,” Neil teased, pointing out his father’s red-and-white striped socks. “GQ man, we’re calling him, instead of 41.”
It took middle-aged Iowa dentist James Knight 10 years to decide that a young, pretty female employee was so tempting that she threatened his marriage? Yupp. So he fired her.
And the all-male court ruled that it was a matter of emotions, not gender, and that discrimination did not occur.