Headline Trip

Being honored by the country of France is not all champagne and air kisses. Marion Cotillard learned this the hard way when she was accidentally stabbed in the chest by her medal—talk about suffering for your art. (Vogue UK)


You got to admire a man who makes his own schedule. Unburdened by the hectic calendar, Azzedine Alaïa sent out an impromptu fall presentation the final night of the Paris shows. It’s a testament to his skill that everyone turned out. (NY Times)

SXSW is in full swing, but…you’re not there. Well, at least you can catch the new White Stripes documentary that opens today. (Paper)

A slew of top-notch artists recreate their childhood bedrooms in fancy shoeboxes for charity. On display at Haunch of Venison gallery, the results are slick and clever—and remind us we need more shoes. (Shoebox)

We admit the last time we picked up a copy of Vice, Max Fish was still a little known dive, but Bruce LaBruce interviewing Karl Lagerfeld is a good reason to go back—um, to Vice, not the Fish. (Vice)

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