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Journos also have to be careful not to offend because they’ll run the risk of incurring the wrath of the seating-chart organizer. What a scandal it would be if a top writer wasn’t invited or was seated unfairly. “I’ve certainly had my share of designers and publicists unhappy with something I’ve written I’ve had them give me a bad seat because of it,” says Givhan. “I’ve had conversations with them about stories they haven’t been pleased with. But ultimately, I think even the most sensitive designer understands that a compliment given gratuitously isn’t as valuable as the one given based on merit. Besides, journalists manage to cover secretive institutions like the Pentagon. A good reporter should be able to deal with a grumpy designer. We don’t need to be friends, just professionals.” SATURATED WITH STYLE It might be excusable if only one form of media had its hand in fashion’s cookie jar. Au contraire. On a day-to-day basis, the cushy new hybrid of fashion, media, and entertainment comes at us from every angle. TV Belkys Nerey has been called “the queen of fun news.” One of her duties at WSVN, a Fox affiliate in Miami, is to film a weekly twominute segment called “Fashion Forward” about “what’s in, where you can get it, and who’s got what.” Each week, she picks a different trend flag fashion, boots, Greek chic then talks to local merchants about where viewers can pick up these items. She admits she’s no fashion expert, but rather relies on secondhand sources. “I must confess I’m one of those people who reads Vogue, Bazaar, In Style, Vanity Fair, Marie Claire,” she says. “So I know what’s in style, and it’s usually in my closet. But I also work with large stores and small boutiques to try and find out what they have in stock the day I need to shoot.” Segments like “Fashion Forward” have become commonplace on local news networks around the country. Akin to ending a broadcast with a sixty-second “puppy rescued from drainpipe” segment, feel-good fashion stories are mixed in with the news lineup to help cushion the audience’s reaction to the day’s standard fare of bank robberies, dead bodies, and sexual predators. Along with their daily updates on neighborhood crimes, accidents, and city council skirmishes, viewers can tune in and get a helpful fashion tip. “The news we put on TV can’t be all bad,” says Nerey. “Viewers need a mix of other stuff, not to mention that for some viewers, that half hour or hour of news they get a day may be their only exposure to information. They may not read the paper or subscribe to any magazines, so that one source had better have it all.”90s womens fashion | dromhjf.top Allnewhairstyles

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