So here’s the highly anticipated front cover for their wedding issue which was released in the US today. The edition is supposed to be about Kim AND Kris’s big day but obviously the majority of the publication is mainly taken up with pictures of Kim in her pretty Vera Wang dress, much like the front cover of the publication demonstrates.
Some staff over at People said today: “It’s all about the bride. We wanted her. It’s her day, we wanted her on the cover”. In an interview with the mag, Kim had this to say about her wedding, “It was like we were in heaven. I felt like a princess. Glam aside, that wasn’t our main goal. It was really about our family and each other.”
Kris Humphries also said some stuff about the ceremony but no one was really bothered about that because let’s be honest, all we want to do is stare at pictures of Kim. Don’t we?
What next? People sure would love to have the exclusive rights of Liz Hurley’s wedding with Shane Warne in November this year. It seems like a good business idea Liz – to have a wedding every couple of years and sell the exclusive rights for Millions!
Now this is something that is unthinkable in India – A Fashion Editrix hosting a Fundraising Dinner for the Country’s Premier. In fact the very concept of ‘Fundraising’ is alien in Indian politics. Here the political parties still resort to huge under the table donations by Corporate Houses and Individuals to fund their election campaigns. The infamous Reddy Brothers of Mining-gate funded the BJP in their election campaign. Obviously they were rewarded with cabinet berths and lot more.
Anna Wintour of Vogue and Harvey Weinstein and his wife Georgina Chapman (better known as the designer of Marchesa) hosted an exclusive Fundraising Dinner for President Obama at Weinstein’ house in the West Village, New York. Flattering his audience with the line, “This is a pretty good looking crowd,” President Obama made time for a few remarks, some serious (talk of the debt and the global economy) and others less so — he quipped that the 2012 election is different than 2008′s because voters are now thinking, “Obama is gray haired, he doesn’t seem as cool.”
The gathering was glamourous and small with the ticket’s costing as high as $35,800 per person. But it ensured real high-profile attendees. There was Gwyneth Paltrow, Vera Wang, Alicia Keys and Tory Burch amongst the 50 guests at the Weinstein House Fundraising Dinner.
I won’t be surprised if in future I see Anna Wintour running for Mayor of New York!