- Tensions have already been running high in Milan after the entire fashion week schedule was reorganized to accomodate Anna Wintour's shortened visit. Over the weekend, protesters dressed like a legion of Anna Wintours lined up outside the Gucci show wearing t-shirts that read, "I Will Only Stay 3 Days" to further protest the Vogue editrix's brief stay. [Fashionista]
- If Twitter is to be believed (and we'll be the first to admit, it's often wrong), Kelly Bensimon is planning to start blogging. She tweeted earlier today that she's planning to "start weekly blogs on fashion." Saints preserve us. [Twitter / kikilet]
- In other reality show news, Jules Kirby, one of the stars of Tinsley Mortimer's new CW show, "High Society," is rumored to be seriously unhappy with her portrayal on the show -- so much so that she didn't attend the show's premiere. Needless to say, this only gives us more reason to tune in. [Page Six]
- Barneys' Simon Doonan wants to be a teen blogger! "Since they are all about my height, I am going to impersonate one of them," he told GQ. "I am going to wear a doily on my head (Tavi!) and tell everyone I am a teen blogger." Brilliant. [GQ]
- Conde Nast is planning roll out iPad versions for Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker for the summer (GQ's will apparently even debut in April). We have no doubt the iPad's looking like a big win for the glossies at large, but then, so did iPhone apps, which haven't exactly saved print media.
- Brian Atwood is stepping down from his post as creative director at Bally, meaning his Fall 2010 collection (recently presented in Milan) will be his last. Atwood's a star talent, so it will be interesting to see what he does next -- and how Bally recovers from his departure. [Fashion Week Daily]