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When it's time to unfollow on social media

smh.com.au — Shocking or shockingly boring: When it's time for a social media streamline. Photo: Getty Images Noah Masterson, a Web marketing manager in Austin, Texas, is like the Marie Kondo of Twitter. He keeps it tidy. "I just unfollowed about 20 people to get down to an even 400," he said.

Move Over, Rat Pack and Brat Pack: Here Comes the Snap Pack

Move Over, Rat Pack and Brat Pack: Here Comes the Snap Pack
nytimes.com — These include Tiffany Trump, Donald Trump's 22-year-old daughter with Marla Maples. With Ms. Kennedy, Ms. Benitez and Ms. Matisse, she modeled for Just Drew's first New York Fashion Week show at Gotham Hall in February.

Sofia the First: Disney Junior Test-Markets a Modern Princess

Sofia the First: Disney Junior Test-Markets a Modern Princess
wsj.com — What makes a princess irresistible to little girls who love pink-and tolerable to their parents who want modern role models? Walt Disney Co., a company that has built mammoth product franchises out of traditional princesses, thinks she should be confident, resourceful and focused on being a good person.

A Mother’s Death, a Daughter’s Life: Remembering Natalie Wood

A Mother’s Death, a Daughter’s Life: Remembering Natalie Wood
nytimes.com — LOS ANGELES - The home that Natasha Gregson Wagner shares with her husband, his sons and their daughter in Venice, a seaside neighborhood here, smells clean in a non-antiseptic way and, on a recent visit, faintly of the lilacs that rested in a vase on the kitchen countertop.

The Model Whose Lips Spurred Racist Comments Speaks Out

The Model Whose Lips Spurred Racist Comments Speaks Out
nytimes.com — By the time New York Fashion Week wrapped up late last week, the model Aamito Lagum, 23 years old and a native of Kampala, Uganda, had walked the runway for J. Mendel, Tadashi Shoji, Kanye West's Yeezy line and Ohne Titel, even winning a coveted spot as the show closer for Zac Posen.

Fashion Magazines Look to Familiar Faces for Cover Models

Fashion Magazines Look to Familiar Faces for Cover Models
nytimes.com — If you missed Taraji P. Henson on the cover of the February issue of Elle, don't despair. You can sift through the stacks at the nail salon and find her on the cover of Allure, from last July. Or on the August cover of W. Or Glamour (October). Or Essence (November).

Chip Wilson tries to reinvent himself after his Lululemon turmoil

Chip Wilson tries to reinvent himself after his Lululemon turmoil
smh.com.au — Lululemon founder Dennis "Chip" Wilson with his wife, Shannon, at their Bronte home: "Lululemon became a teenager who wants its own way of doing things," he said. "It still wants me, but it doesn't want me." Photo: Louise Kennerley Chip Wilson, the Vancouver billionaire who famously fell out with Lululemon Athletica, the company he founded, was in New York last month.

Chip Wilson, unfiltered: Lululemon founder says he loves the company he started, even if it may not love him back

Chip Wilson, unfiltered: Lululemon founder says he loves the company he started, even if it may not love him back
business.financialpost.com — Chip Wilson, the billionaire from Vancouver, British Columbia, who famously fell out with Lululemon Athletica, the company he founded, made a stop in New York last month. He wanted to look for a SoHo retail location for his family's new high-end street-wear company, Kit and Ace, and to meet with a literary lawyer about a possible memoir.

After His Lululemon Trouble, Chip Wilson Tries Again

After His Lululemon Trouble, Chip Wilson Tries Again
nytimes.com — Chip Wilson, the billionaire from Vancouver, British Columbia, who famously fell out with Lululemon Athletica, the company he founded, made a stop in New York last month. He wanted to look for a SoHo retail location for his family's new high-end street-wear company, Kit and Ace, and to meet with a literary lawyer about a possible memoir.

“The September Issue” Anna Wintour’s Vogue As We May Never See it Again

“The September Issue” Anna Wintour’s Vogue As We May Never See it Again
blogs.wsj.com — "The September Issue," an upcoming film about the making of the 2007 September issue of Vogue, is much less a documentary than an archeological exploration of a time and civilization long ago lost. Like the Ice Age. Or Dinosaur Days. Or when magazine publishers bragged about how many ad pages their September issues would carry.
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I reported a story from set of the Biggest Loser. The entire Calabasas campus (indoors & out) reeked of cigarettes. httptwitter.com/nytimes/status…


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