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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Tweet Esquire ran an excerpt from a book called F**k: An Irreverent History of the F-Word by Rufus Lodge. The magazine’s glossary of 69 fucks includes Mr. Big’s favorite, “abso-fucking-lutely” … … “fuckball,” as delivered by Harvey Keitel in the movie Get Shorty … … and the likes of “fuckboy,” the 1950s term “fuck-dust,” and […]

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Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Tweet In March, when Rihanna and Eminem announced the dates for their joint, three-city Monster Tour, I wasn’t sure what tickets to get.  It would be practical to get seated tickets, but in huge venues like New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, which has over 80,000 seats, even the best seats are fairly far away from the […]

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Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Tweet If you’ve coveted my much-copied swear-ring design but have been hesitant to go so bold … … you can now order sterling-silver swear stud earrings. Perfect for people with four lobe piercings! I have one set of swear studs available for immediate delivery. If you’re in New York, you can pick them up yourself […]

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Tweet Good news for the alert customers/readers who recently tipped me off to some knockoffs of my swear rings! The peeps at e-commerce retailer Nasty Gal have followed in the footsteps of Patricia Field and pulled a copy of my swear rings from their website.  It seemed to be the same product Patricia Field got […]

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Tweet Gorgeous blogger and concerned citizen Kate of Twisted Skirt tweeted me a clip from the magazine Grazia, showing a word necklace by DKNY. I was intrigued to see that the style of word necklace I added to my line in 2012 is catching on in the big leagues. I started with this necklace in […]

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Monday, November 11, 2013

Tweet Rosalind Robertson — former radio and television announcer, policy analyst, design enthusiast, fellow squishy face cat owner and one of my online friends from Canada — visited New York City last month. We and our husbands dined at Lincoln Ristorante at Lincoln Center. Over dinner, I presented Rosalind with her new, gold-plated, WENDYB by […]

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Tweet Okay, superstar rapper 50 Cent isn’t WEARING my notorious swear rings in this photo, but he’s standing very close to someone who IS wearing them. From left to right, you see DJ Paul of rap group Da Mafia 6ix (and formerly of Three 6 Mafia); 50 Cent; and my gorgeous rapper friend Gangsta Boo, […]

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Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Tweet When I introduced my swear ring set in 2008, people asked me why I chose to do four separate rings instead of one big ring that spanned four fingers. Actually, I got asked that question right up until last year, when a big fast-fashion retailer started selling the multi-ring look and suddenly it was […]

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Thursday, March 7, 2013

Tweet The Fall 2013 fashion shows have wrapped up and Eric Wilson of The New York Times, who observed a lot of mini-trends on the runways, picked one that stood out to him: “… most intriguing, both in its pervasiveness and its silliness,” he wrote, “is the fur skirt.” But, Wilson wondered, why does the […]

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Tweet I’m starting to think I might be some kind of rap goddess … or maybe just a prophet, leading nonbelievers to the promised land of hip-hop. Last year, I got my non-rap-fan sister to stand 9 1/2 hours with me to see Eminem at Lollapalooza. This summer, I took MrB to his first rap […]

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