Helena Sets it Straight, Marc Gets Real, and Binns On Target

MaximedelaFalaise1951Model/actress/designer and muse Maxime de la Falaise dies at 86, leaving an enviable obituary. (NYT)
The Olivier Theyskens to Halston rumors heat up again. (WWD)
Still a little groggy from brunch yesterday. Amanda Lepore's new video should snap you right back to reality—cruel, cruel reality. (A Shaded View)
"There has never been any intimacy between myself and any of these men, and I want this cleared once and for all." —Helena Christensen on her reported trysts with Josh Harnett, Heath Ledger, and other guy friends. (NYP)
"This performance, her first of two shows here on Saturday night, was more glam-cabaret than concert, with the music an odorless, colorless, almost unnecessary additive to the Lady Gaga spectacle, providing form and little more." Apparently, the Times isn't a fan of GaGa's music—surprising to us as we weren't aware she was a singer. (NYT)
"There are 20 TV channels reporting what Paris Hilton wore on the red carpet. What is she even famous for?" This and other pearls of wisdom from Marc Jacobs' talk at the New York Times are available on The Cut's Twitter. (Cutblog on Twitter)
Rolling back into the big time in a big way, Tom Binns is whipping up some fun for Target. (Fashionologie)
The Met Gala tonight just won't feel the same without Kate Moss, Karl Lagerfeld, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Christy Turlington, Dolce and Gabbanna, and Steven Meisel. (NYP)

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