It would seem so from the description of it in a new book called Obsessed--America's Food Addiction--And My Own by Mika Brzezinki.
Nutella, of course, is the famous spread made from hazelnuts, skim milk, and cocoa. Karl Lagerfeld reportedly worships it. Editors, actors, pilots, everyone on earth pr ... More >>
As the guest editor of Metro World News for one day, Karl Lagerfeld proved to be a sort of cross between Andy Warhol and the guy who tweeted dumb stuff about the David Beckham underwear ads.
Thanks to this Metro World News link, we have the following Lagerfeld emissions -- and bear in mind that the ... More >>
At last night's Gordon Parks Awards Dinner and Auction called "Celebrating Creativity," no one was celebrating more creatively than honoree Karl Lagerfeld, who has livened up almost as many of my nights out as Courtney Love.
With his silver ponytail bopping and his shades proving as impenetr ... More >>
CLICK HERE for my new column in which I interview Oscar nominated Amy Ryan, who's in the new Philip Seymour Hoffman-directed movie in which she's a funeral home worker who romances a limo driver played by Hoffman himself.
Ryan tells me about that film, her Oscar night for Gone Baby Gone, and ... More >>
The perennial fashion question -- "Should I wear heels or flats with these pants?" -- isn't just for women anymore, reports the Daily News. Oh yay. (Is that really the perennial fashion question? We always thought it was "Does my butt look fat in these jeans?" But moving on to the horror in q ... More >>
The Costume Institute's latest exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum is "The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion," sponsored by Marc Jacobs. The outlandish exhibition captures the evolution of fashion models from the last half of the 20th century while also delving into fashion photography, clothing, and ... More >>
Credit: Stacey Anderson
Voice editors Stacey Anderson and Araceli Cruz are reporting all weekend from fashion week, that bizarre New York spectacle of pre-recession bonkers insanity.
AC: As the line of pubescent men march down the runway at Richard Chai's Fall ... More >>