Demands are very VIP
Former Vanity Fair photographer and reporter Rachel DeLoache Williams wrote the book “My Friend Anna: The True Story of a Fake Heiress.” HBO bought the rights to this saga from the German heiress fake-o. New York Magazine did the article. The NY Times touted it as a must read. Netflix produced her series “Inventing Anna.”
On Netflix, most of the names were fictitious. But Rachel, portrayed in it as a friend of Anna Sorokin, was identified. She is now suing Netflix for defamation.
Stating that she was “falsely portrayed as greedy, snobbish, disloyal, dishonest, cowardly, manipulative, opportunistic”, scolding Anna and then abandoning her in Morocco. In fact, Williams was the one who turned Sorokin over to the authorities.
Earth is now a plaid.
Dogs once were German Shepherds, French Bulldogs, Yorkshire Terriers, Afghan Hounds, Belgian Malinois, your mutt.
Now Westminster has 3,500 participants. If this column spreads out too much it could be 3,600. Labradoodles. cockatoos border chows.
In the days of yore when Whatsisname was being sprayed with Gitche Gumee, you would wear a plain cotton blouse for years. Buy one now. Wash the thing once. bubbles. fragments. Pakistan, Korea, India, Thailand, China, Guatemala unload tons of garments that were never placed next to cotton.
is petrochemical Synthetics. Cellulose. Man-made from fossil fuels: coal, oil. Substances identical to those in our car engines. Get under the hood of your car: the same.
Your blouse? Denim, flannel, twill, corduroy, crepe, terry, nylon, viscose, pleated, spandex, rayon, calico, broadcloth, basket weaving, jersey, batiste, chiffon, gingham, polyester, chiffon, canvas, chambray, cheesecloth, chenille, lace, leatherette, chino, whatever warp and weft, batiste, chiffon, poplin, seersucker, pique, organdy, terry cloth, moleskin, muslin, damask, charmeuse, sheer, brushed cotton, organic cotton, 71 different types of “cotton”, Jacquard, Bengaline that is who knows what, Orlon, linen.
Today’s costume is motor oil.
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Coming up Monday, 92nd Street Y will feature Katie Couric in person and online for her new memoir “Going There”… One year after prospective NYU student Devesh Samtani was killed in the Hamptons , the fatal hit-and-run driver who pleaded guilty has not yet served time in jail. The Samtanis just hired attorney Ben Brafman.
The large contingent from Beverly Hills moves here. Why? The town is so rich that its food baskets go to those who have only one pool. Your unemployment line does a free car wash. And see. Soon, New York City’s influx of illegal immigrants will be treated to a complimentary caviar bar.
Only in New York, kids, only in New York.