Grist to the Ru­mour Mill

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Cou­ture Abuse

A ju­nior de­signer uses the word “cou­ture” in his la­bel with­out know­ing what the term en­tails. To have the word at­tached to a fash­ion house, a de­signer must be a mem­ber of the pres­ti­gious Paris-based “Cham­bre Syn­di­cale de la Haute Cou­ture”. No won­der se­nior de­sign­ers now frown at him.

Wor­thy Sac­ri­fice

A so­cialite looks so ema­ci­ated that peo­ple start as­sum­ing she might have had an eat­ing dis­or­der. When asked why she lost so much weight, she said with a big smile, “I have to be on the cover of a mag­a­zine this month, and I can’t af­ford to look BIG.”

Fash­ion Frenzy

A so­cial climber who’s al­ways spot­ted in red­car­pet events al­ways looks stun­ning in el­e­gant gowns. But only a few of us know that she still has a lot of over­due bills to pay for the de­signer dresses.

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