From Clocks

Is Lizzie Grubman a Changed ‘Party Girl’?

By BEN WIDDICOMBE June 1, 2016 It’s a year of anniversaries for Lizzie Grubman, the archetypal celebrity publicist known equally for making friends, enemies and headlines. Ten years of marriage. Twenty years since the founding of her namesake firm, Lizzie Grubman Public Relations & Management. And 15 since the Hamptons auto accident that dominated the tabloid news …

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‘Text Less. Write More.’: Stationery Is Still in Fashion

By ERIN GEIGER SMITH June 1, 2016 For seven years, Nole Garey made careful decisions as a foreign affairs officer for the State Department, where she helped form policy related to Somalia. The stakes could be high; failing to properly evaluate countless variables could set back diplomacy. It was with similar attention to detail that she recently assessed …

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On the Runway: Louis Vuitton Makes a Statement, Fashion and Political, in Rio

May 31, 2016 Vanessa Friedman ON THE RUNWAY After Chanel in Havana, Louis Vuitton in Rio de Janeiro: ’Tis the season of Cruise show controversy. After all, Brazil is a land fighting an epidemic (Zika), experiencing a maybe/maybe-not presidential impeachment and economic malaise, and it is under pressure for its handling of the Summer Olympics. …

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This Life: Lights, Camera, We’re Having a Baby!

May 28, 2016 By BRUCE FEILER When Danielle and Jon Murray of Raleigh, N.C., learned they were having their first child five years ago, they were too embarrassed to tell their friends and family. “To be honest, we were not married at the time,” Ms. Murray said. “And coming from Christian families and with Jon …

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