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Ralph Lauren's RL Gang Back for Spring

The second edition of the shoppable online storybook is launching Thursday with Uma Thurman as narrator.

Memo Pad: Designers Hit the Oscars... Another YSL Manifesto...

Several designers got more than mere name-dropping when celebrities were asked the requisite who-are-you-wearing red-carpet question at the Oscars.

Ian Adelman, Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, New York magazine, The Triangle Fire, digital design director, Adam Moss

Memo Pad: Commemorating a Catastrophe... NYT Poaches Ian Adelman...

March 25 will mark the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, New York's deadliest workplace disaster until 9/11.

Ian Adelman Poached by The New York Times

New York magazine’s Adelman replaces Khoi Vinh as digital design director.

Memo Pad: Driving Revenue in The New Yorker... Barneys' Hiring Spree...

Mini Cooper placed an unusual advertisement in The New Yorker to hype the launch of the Countryman.

Douglas Keeve, About a Thread Count, Cam Newton, 2010 Heisman Trophy, Bill Cunningham New York,

Memo Pad: J. Crew's Italian Flavor... Under Armour Signs Cam Newton...

J. Crew is showing its love for Italian men’s fabrics in a new video that will debut today on its Web site.

Jack Griffin, ck one, Calvin Klein, spring ad, campaign, Steven Meisel, MPA, Association of Magazine Media

Memo Pad: ck one's New Look... Other Shoe Drops for Jack Griffin...

Calvin Klein Inc., which is turning ck one into a full lifestyle brand, has conceived a global advertising campaign for spring.

Memo Pad: Chris Anderson Shares a Secret... Crunching Britain’s ABC Numbers...

Wired editor in chief Chris Anderson spoke before a group of journalism students at Columbia University on Thursday.

Time Inc. Shocker: Jack Griffin Fired

After only five months on the job, chief executive officer was let go on Thursday.

Memo Pad: Next 'Questions For' Columnist... Housecleaning at Newsweek...

Elle writer Andrew Goldman is Deborah Solomon’s successor for the “Questions For” column in The New York Times Magazine.

Gladwell on Tweeting — or Not

The writer again addressed the subject of Twitter on stage at Joe's Pub in Lower Manhattan with New Yorker editor David Remnick last night.

Time Magazine Gets a Facelift

For the last nine months, Time editors have been tinkering with the magazine. The results will hit newsstands Friday.

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