Clinton capped off the day's 4 Times Square politico sightings, which began with Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Sen. Charles Schumer. Both men were on hand for a news conference that unveiled federal regulation plans for states and municipalities to update building codes and grow energy efficiency in buildings. According to the building owner, 4 Times Square was the first totally green skyscraper ever built in the U.S. — Amy Wicks
HEART STOPPER: An artificial heart salesman from Tennessee and a Brazilian actress were chosen to model for Saks Fifth Avenue's fall ad campaign, continuing in the theme of "Want It!" Bruce Weber shot the spring Want It! campaign with salesman Tyke Darlington, but this time around, photographer Diego Uchitel was tapped to shoot the handsome Darlington and actress Fernanda Torres. Terron Schaefer, group senior vice president, creative and marketing, said the response to Darlington was so strong from the spring campaign that he was asked to return. And Schaefer coaxed Torres to model for the luxury retailer after a chance dinner meeting. "I wanted real people," Schaefer said. "This isn't the only thing they do. People can relate to them more." The shoot continues
this week and the campaign
will break in the fall fashion issues. — A.W.