As a moderate girl in a secondary school film, Vanity Fair has replaced New York Times by her famous Oscar party in the last minute because the Times said it was incredible things.
Lady Lady Gray ran a piece by Katherine Rosman and Brook Barnes on Thursday of the name "It Was the Hottest Night Party". What happened?"
He suggested that the bash was spoiled by the corporate sponsorship and competitive parties and indicated that "two civilians" had invited invitations – which had even been similar to Holy Grail among people living in Hollywood – "at an online auction, applying for customer loyalty points from Marriott."
We are told by Friday – while the correspondent Ben Widdicombe Times flies in to cover Sunday night bash for his new "No Depression" column – Vanity Fair refuses his invitation, surprisingly, "he's Feeling that the Times have run their VF party broadcast this year. "
But we are told that Times staff staff think that a new VF editor – and former Times staff – Radhika Jones should have the good feeling to step in, restore healthy and restore the invitation.
We are told that insiders believe that the move is likely to respond "reflective" by the renowned journalist, Conde Nast, who does not require them to prove that they have the largest town. "
But, says an interior, "He's so bad at Radhika that he would allow her to behave so unprofessional and so excited."
Meanwhile, he arrived for comments, Widdicome told us, "I'm so proud of Brooks and Katie that my writing has been assigned to me in favor of me before doing so." Conde Nast did not come back to us straight away.