Peameal Bacon Sandwich: A Toronto Specialty There was nothing I didn't eat last weekend in Toronto, except maybe my custom-made hat from Lilliput h...
The lack of interest persists, despite constant media stories about the guest list and which sweatshop workers sewed the bride's gown.
Just because someone is British doesn't mean that they're an expert on the royal family. That's like saying if someone is American, they're automatically qualified to talk about the goings-on at the White House.
I've been asked by several TV networks to comment on Catherine and William's first joint engagement last week. The couple was in Anglesey, Wales to la...
If there's anything a girl loves more than dresses, it's shoes. Despite the fantastically whimsical stilettos sketched by such shoe maestros as Manolo...
Hollywood has gotten royal fever during Oscar week. Having long reigned as the queen of celebrity bridal designers, Vera and I naturally ended up chatting about the royal wedding dress.
A whopping 75 percent of those under 30 describe themselves as "not interested" in the royal wedding. Why are so many joining me on the grinch list this year? Allow me to posit a few theories.
The Prince of Wales' office announced that over 40 members of foreign royal families are on the guest list, although as I've said before, the palace does not customarily release the names of individual invitees.
I think I know why you haven't invited Fergie. You didn't invite her because you plain forgot. Trust me, it happens. Luckily for you, the British media is on hand to check these things.
I was able to get in a quick chat with Harper's Bazaar Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey after last Thursday's Ralph Lauren show. Here, she tells me about why she doesn't wear jeans, whether the media is a little too fascinated with Kate Middleton and her thoughts on Emmanuelle Alt's new gig at French Vogue.
Based on my knowledge of previous royal weddings, and from what I've heard so far, here's what I predict Catherine (as she prefers to be called) will be wearing on the big day.
My advice to anyone in a long-distance relationship: arguing with your partner on the telephone is to be avoided at all costs. You can't kiss and make up, and it's expensive.
In today's era of personalization and customization, there's nothing like tailor-made clothing. Beyond the usual HK or Milan tailor trek, every true gent knows that getting suited up in London's Savile Row is the ultimate.
I've just returned last week from one of my regular trips to London, and I was astonished to hear some of the media stories that have been circulating -- many of which a Buckingham Palace spokesperson I spoke to declare to be "entertaining but untrue." In fact, there's so much misinformation out there that it's become a joke within royal circles.
At a time when celebrities barrage us with tweets about the minutiae of their lives, Kate MIddleton is the rare celebrity that is not courting us.
Somewhere there's a shrink who can analyze why a nation founded on getting rid of an English King remains so interested in the monarchy, but I think we may as well indulge, guilt-free, in as much royal star-gazing as we'd like.