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Cathy Horyn's NYT Milan Reviews - I Know She Didn't Just Say That!!


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Friday, February 24, 2006

Cathy Horyn's NYT Milan Reviews - I Know She Didn't Just Say That!!

I'm reading Cathy's NYT Milan reviews today covering Burberry and Gucci- of everything she wrote (most of it seems pretty reasonable) the one line that stood out above all the rest was -

"the first models came out in silk print minidresses, Jim Gold, the chief executive of Bergdorf Goodman, turned and shouted, "We're selling Gucci ready-to-wear better than we ever did under Tom Ford"".

Oh no she didn't !!!

She's calling out Jim Gold!

At first, I thought it was just Cathy being Cathy (like Manny being Manny, did I stump you again?)

Maybe Cathy was just overstating for emphasis or dramatic effect but today I spoke to a few people who would have a good take on the situation and they seemed to think it wasn't so far fetched.

The question now is - Is Cathy a Hollaback Girl?

Comments on "Cathy Horyn's NYT Milan Reviews - I Know She Didn't Just Say That!!"


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (10:44 PM) : 

now i'm curious... is it really that out of character for someone who is into 'fashion' (whatever that means) to also be into sports (with the exception of serie a, which i'm convinced a lot of people are only into simply because it is italian)? gianni agnelli might be a style icon but tom landry looked sharp every single time (and i wasn't even 10 when he retired).


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (1:18 PM) : 

just when I thought I couldn't love the Sartorialist more...fabulous fashion AND a Red Sox shout-out?


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