They Don't Make Columbia MFAs Like They Used To
Hearty congrats to Deborah Trachtenberg, the fame-obsessed partygoer better known as Devorah Rose: According to the social networking site aSmallWorld (which is still in business, by the way), she's the 34th most notable social in New York! (All that money she's been handing over to Columbia seems to be paying off nicely, doesn't it?) The "Top 100" list appears in the debut issue of "aSmallMagazine," which promises to cover the "cultural return to sincerity," an era defined by "the end of flash and a return to substance." How does placing socialites on a list constitute "substance"? Did we mention the issue also has "a peak behind the walls of one of the world's last totalitarian regimes, North Korea." It does! They've covered all the bases! aSmallWorld's announcement to site members is below.
Please check out ASW's newly launched online publication ASMALLMAGAZINE.
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This week, enjoy a revealing interview with Hollywood star Elizabeth Banks, a profile on Lebanese couturier Ellie Saab and a tongue-in-cheek breakdown of some of New York's most photographed scenesters. You can also browse our holiday gift guide and peak behind the walls of one of the world's last totalitarian regimes, North Korea.
Finally, make sure to check out our regular blogs from prominent and interesting members including fashion writer Susan Kirschbaum, philanthropic entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie, designer Holly Dunlap, activist Scott Harrison and Middle-Eastern commentator Sultan Alqassemi.