Delectable bits from around the web:
— From Fashionweekdaily: ”The real Anna Wintour darted out of Louis Vuitton and headed for the airport but a mysterious woman who looked nearly identical to her took a front row seat at Lanvin. It turns out a famous French television personality, Mademoiselle Agnes — who actually merited her own front-row seat, just in a different section — channeled the editrix’s legendary look for a seasonal Fashion Week spoof. ‘It’s an homage, we are doing a story on it and every season we do an episode called ‘See Anna,”’ the local star told Chic Report exclusively. ‘We talk about the life and work of Miss Wintour and I think it was funny to do this,’ she continued. ‘I keep my own shoes as she doesn’t wear this kind of footwear but it was important for me to find her skirt and coat!”’
— From National Public Radio: ”Legendary writer Jimmy Breslin has spent a lifetime telling the story of New York, describing gritty happenings of the criminal underworld. Breslin discusses his latest book, The Good Rat, a true story chronicling the life of infamous mobster Burton Kaplan.” Listen here.
— Jim Cramer’s crusade to get the XM-Sirius merger continues. From Streetinsider: ”On last nights episode of Mad Money, Jim Cramer gave viewers of his show several additional reasons why he believes Congress needs go through with the approval of a merger between XM and Sirius. Cramer told his audience that they should contact their local members of Congress and demand that the merger be approved.”
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