One paragraph reviews on art, movies, books, and pop culture by a know-nothing who knows it all

Friday, November 17, 2006


Designer Vera Wang wants to spread her precious aura everywhere, even to the groundlings who shop at budget department stores. Here's why Wang opted to make a deal with Kohl's instead of a higher end label, like St. John or Jones Apparel Group: "I can become a more iconic American brand and be exposed to America in a larger sense." Once a person markets him/herself as a commodity, I say watch out. I have zero sympathy for celebs who suddenly want their privacy after ramming themselves down our throats. If you're going to sell yourself like a roll of toilet paper, then the public is going to treat you like toilet paper.