More on Cathy Horyn's article on Nicolas Ghesequiere:
We have just been told that Horacio Silva has been taken under the wing of the New York Times Magazine editor Amy Spindler since he interviewed her last spring. If this is true that he is working at the NY Times Magazine almost full time editing and writing for the entertainment and fashion supplements, why was this not referenced at the beginning of the article? One guess could be that Cathy was trying to get a little distance from the NY Times being so directly involved in the public humiliation of Nicolas Ghesequiere? Either way it looks like Horacio's fingerprints were all over yesterday's article. The question is, does this article herald a change in fashion coverage at the Times to a more "down and dirty" tabloid style of journalism?