"We Need A Bigger Well Of Fug To Pull From"
H: I don't know. It might be a little bit of fear -- the fact that, yes, it's obvious that we go to more than one show, so there's a higher chance at Fashion Week that we'll run into someone who will cut us bitches. It's not that we're trying to edit ourselves; we kind of don't want to take needless potshots at somebody. I sort of took a potshot at Tori Spelling's husband. In September, about the Betsey Johnson show, I may have made reference to the fact that he looked a little oily and self-satisfied, and I may have made reference to the fact that his glasses appeared to be some sort of prop to make him look more intellectual. I will neither confirm nor deny whether I wrote that, but I might have. And someone alleging to be him commented on it, and New York magazine investigated and claims that they turned up that it was actually him, and he was furious at me: "I'm just there to enjoy a fashion show," blah blah blah blah blah.
WC: First of all, Dean McDermott, why are you even at a fashion show?
H: And I was like, "We are there to comment on the celebrities and the aesthetics thereof, and I feel like I achieved that." Maybe he didn't look self-satisfied; maybe he was just enjoying the show. I don't know."
J: Maybe he was just satisfied by the experience!
WC: Poor Dean.
H: He did not cut me, and I didn't see him again.
WC: No one let him in anywhere else.
J: You did not comment on his Tori Spelling tattoo, which I think was wise of you.
H: With the New York job: maybe it's the venue, or maybe it's because it's not our blog -- it's someone else's site that has editorial standards that are different. I don't know what it is, but I think we've tried to make sure that it doesn't come across like we're just going to the fashion shows to rag on people.
J: Because they are super-fun. It's the most fun thing that we do. We do really enjoy it. And it is really fun to see, like, Fergie in the front row.
H: That stuff's really fun, so we want to keep doing it; we don't want to come across like we're getting granted access to these shows and we hate on them.
WC: Do people know who you are when you go?
J: [musing] I don't know.