The Manolo Week in Review

Manolo says, here is the best of the week from the Manolosphere.


Never teh Bride…

Today is my birthday, and this is how I feel inside…

Mr. Henry…

Mr. Henry finds endless fascination in the functioning idiot, the overachiever, the C-student billionaire, the clueless success story. (Is not President Bush the shining example of this quintessential American dream, namely, that ANYBODY can get ahead here in the land of opportunity?) Such stories give him more than hope; they form the backbone of his long-term financial plans.

Izzy Gallant…

Izzy thinks that Lagerfeld needs a hug.

Plumcake…

I mean, whatever happened to good old-fashioned WASP repression? It’s what’s made this country great. My family hasn’t shown a single human emotion since 1783 and look how I turned out.

Francesca…

Perhaps you are answering “Of course it is. It is the natural color which God gave me in His wisdom.” To which Francesca replies: Yes, and perhaps the Good Lord wishes you to Work With Him to perfect your hair.

Twistie…

All too often, we are taught to treat food as an enemy to be conquored, but in reality it’s a friend to be respected and treated well.

Raincoaster…

Now, I’m just sayin’ … it’s a strange coincidence, perhaps nothing more than a strange coincidence, but that article came out on a Friday morning, and by the following Monday no fewer than like, half the celebrities in the world gave birth.

Glinda…

I keep reminding myself, photo-shoot, things are allowed to be, uh, different. She’s depressed about her grades or something, that’s all!

Spirit Fingers…

If it’s serious about being the next superpower China should be conquering other world famous landmarks: Shaolin monks doing flying kicks and shooting energy balls from the Statue of Liberty,drag rickshaw racing over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, mahjong tournaments on the top deck of the Eiffel Tower…

3 Responses to “The Manolo Week in Review”

  1. class factotum October 27, 2007 at 3:01 pm #

    Can’t we talk about food (Mr Henry) without bringing politics into it? Good grief.

  2. raincoaster October 28, 2007 at 2:39 am #

    You wanna hear food politics? Live with a vegan; it’s like having the Paranoia Channel on 24/7!

  3. class factotum October 30, 2007 at 4:46 pm #

    Raincoaster, that is so sad! My sweetie and I disagree very strongly on many (most?) political issues, but we have the happy common ground that we are both omnivores.