Can't wait for those edit meetings.
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• Christy Turlington has signed on as a contributing editor at Marie Claire and will write a column every two or three months covering issues like "politics, mothers around the world and her global travels for humanitarian causes." What, no hair tips? [Heard on the Runway/WSJ]
• Recession? What recession? Despite recent losses at parent company Liz Claiborne, the vibe at the opening of the new Juicy Couture flagship was extravagant. Juicy founders Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor told The Wall Street Journal that their lives are "soooo good." Sure, rub it in. [Heard on the Runway/WSJ]
• Hermès unveiled its new Fortwo édition Toile Smart car, available in ten colors, like gold and indigo. And the steering wheel? Covered in Hermès leather. That mini is looking mighty dull right about now. [WWD]
• If while touring the Costume Institute's new exhibit, "Costume: The Art of Dress," later this month, you have a sudden urge for Manolos and Magnolia, don't panic. The narrator is none other than Sarah Jessica Parker. Costume Institute curator-in-charge Harold Koda says Parker's voice "will bring a sense of discovery and delight to the experience." Or just bigger crowds? [WWD]
• Alexander McQueen showed off his spring McQ collection in London on Thursday. The collection includes a feather-printed bubble skirt, a tiger-print T-shirt dress, and bright gingham shirts. Sorry, we started drooling. [WWD]