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Patrick Reed, the leader at the halfway point of the 2018 Masters, is the most controversial man in golf. He’s been disliked from the moment he announced his presence nearly five years ago and hasn’t done much to change opinions since then. He’s brash and alienating. He can be a troll. He’s the kind of guy who begins sentences with “I’m from Texas.” Britain’s Telegraph named him the most hated player in golf. A 2015 ESPN players poll named him the second most-disliked man on tour (behind Bubba Watson) and that was before many of his shenanigans. He often plays practice rounds by himself and has been known to curse on TV and snap at fans. The fact that wore red on Sundays annoyed fans, either

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Reed and Delphine Krakoff on Curating a Home Versus Decorating a House

Known for their beautiful and memorable home interiors, Reed and Delphine Krakoff are finally showing off their work with a new Rizzoli book, “Houses That We Dreamt Of: The Interiors of Delphine & Reed Krakoff,” which they signed copies of Thursday evening at the Rizzoli store in Manhattan.
“Delphine and I had done quite a few projects together and we had always thought about capturing those projects and having them more as a record for us,” Reed said from the signing, which was hosted by Amy Astley of Architectural Digest. “We met Ivan Terestchenko through a different project and he had photographed Pierre Bergé and YSL’s houses, and we loved his work. He photographed one of our spaces and he did an amazing job. What we particularly liked is that he is pretty much on his own; he works with no lighting, no assistant, no stylist, nothing.”
“It’s real,” said Delphine, who is an interior decorator. “It was more of a diary; it’s a true representation of how we live.”
“That’s what was really appealing,” Reed said. “Anything that is in the home — flowers or branches — was there. I wasn’t even around when he was shooting.”
Giving Terestchenko that freedom allowed the photographs

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Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder Apologize After Retelling ‘Goofy’ Story About Throwing Out Birth Control

On Saturday, Nikki Reed shared a statement from her and her husband Ian Somerhalder about how sorry they both were about the controversy stemming from an interview where they discussed how they decided they wanted to have a child.

“To anyone who has been affected by reproductive coercion, we are deeply sorry,” Reed, 29, and Somerhalder, 38, wrote in a joint statement on Twitter. “That is an extremely serious issue, and women’s rights is something that is incredibly important to both of us. It is something we’ve been very vocal about, and something that is very close to our hearts.”

“We never expected a lighthearted interview we did poking fun at EACH OTHER and how WE chose together to get pregnant,” they continued. “A goofy moment in Barcelona with our two best friends and the anticipation of our journey together as we went from two to three, to turn into something representing a very serious matter.“

“However, if this somehow sheds light on a topic that definitely needs mainstream attention, then we are grateful for the unintended consequence,” they added. “It’s a shame that outlets chose this as their way into a very serious discussion, as we are certainly not qualified to be the faces of this topic.”

“We are two happily married people who chose TOGETHER to have a baby. The end,” they continued. “Love, Nikki and Ian.”

In an interview with Dr. Berlin’s Informed Pregnancy Podcast, Reed and Somerhalder revealed that while vacationing in Barcelona, Spain, in 2016, he went into her bag and threw out her birth control pills – while she was watching.

“It was the beginning of the pack, so I had to pop all those suckers out,” Somerhalder said.

The couple laughed about the whole incident, going on to share that the decision to start a family was made together with their close friends so they could all hopefully raise their children together.

But some people felt that the incident was troubling.

On Friday, Reed addressed one writer’s take on the incident on Twitter.

“Dear writer. Here’s my note to you on irresponsible journalism,” she wrote, alongside a screenshot of a lengthier message addressing an “article this morning claiming my husband tried to ‘force (me) into pregnancy?!’ ”

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“When you actually listen to the podcast (which I’m sure you didn’t) you’ll hear how ‘unforced’ I felt,” wrote Reed. “Ha! Also, ‘unconsented’ bull—- is you speaking on my behalf in a story admittedly taken out of context for the purpose of stirring up drama WITHOUT my approval. ”

Continued the Twilight alum, “Don’t talk about consent to me. And lastly, how dare you try to cast a dark shadow over one of the happiest most memorable days of my life – you’re not only disrespecting me but my baby.”

“Oh, and next time you try to stand up for women by writing an article ‘about women’s rights,’ try properly conveying the way I felt,” concluded Reed. “It’s a shame that this was your way in. You have a platform, write about things that matter by using truthful stories, not gossip.”

In some earlier messages on the social media site, Reed further championed women’s rights, writing, “We should be talking about these things, but using a funny interview between married ppl & twisting it to perpetuate gossip is irresponsible.”

Reed and Somerhalder welcomed their first child, daughter Bodhi Soleil, on July 25.

The couple also talked about planning for Bodhi’s birth during the podcast, with Reed admitting that while she didn’t suffer morning sickness, she dealt with overall fears about pregnancy.

“I think the thing that plagued me the most, actually, was the medical industry,” admitted Reed. “Just all the rules and guidelines and paranoia, and all the things they put into your head about what you could possibly do wrong.”


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Hublot Taps Texan Golfer Patrick Reed as Brand Ambassador

AN AMERICAN AMBASSADOR: LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned Swiss watchmaker Hublot has added a new name to its list of professional golfing brand ambassadors: Patrick Reed.
Nicknamed Captain America, Reed built his reputation at the 2014 and 2016 Ryder Cups, helping spur the U.S. team to victory at the Hazeltine National Golf Club, and was the youngest winner of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
Hublot chief executive officer Ricardo Guadalupe cited Reed’s “perseverance and commitment” to his career as a reason for the brand’s choice. The brash, fist-pumping 27-year-old joins golfers including top-ranked Dustin Johnson and Olympics gold medalist Justin Rose in partnering with the brand.
Hublot welcomed the partnership with Reed by throwing a cocktail party Tuesday at the Woodlands Country Club in Houston. Reed, who said he has a long-held affinity for Hublot watches, wore the Swiss brand’s Big Bang UNICO Titanium model.
Hublot also counts sportsmen of other disciplines to represent the brand, including runner Usain Bolt and soccer stars Pelé and Diego Maradona. Pelé and Bolt were both on hand to unveil the brand’s modern Fifth Avenue New York last year.

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Reed Krakoff is getting into the Tiffany & Co. groove.
Krakoff — who began his new role as the jeweler’s chief artistic officer on February 1 — had taken a break Wednesday evening to attend a VIP preview of the 2017 Whitney Biennial, for which Tiffany serves as a major sponsor.
The designer said he has kept busy in the last six weeks — visiting Tiffany’s various manufacturing hubs, learning the brand’s technical aptitude and devising a creative blueprint for the firm.
“I’ve been to Padua to work on sterling, I’ve been to Murano, to Vermont actually, to work with a ceramic and glass company, hand-blown and hand-formed. We are working with Wedgwood on home products, and internally there is an incredible amount of technical ability — it’s just limitless, it’s really a dream,” Krakoff said of learning the ropes.
Shedding an early light on his vision for the label, he said: “It’s really breathtaking, the amount of capability, not just creatively but technically. I think it’s unheard of in this country, frankly, a brand that can bring both to the market in a meaningful way.
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British Men’s Wear Retailer Austin Reed Falls Into Administration

LONDON — Another day, another British retail failure.
On Tuesday, just 24 hours after British Home Stores entered into administration, the U.K. equivalent of Chapter 11, men’s wear retailer Austin Reed announced it was also seeking protection from creditors.
Founded by Austin Leonard Reed in 1900, the group also owns women’s wear labels Viyella and Country Casuals. It began making made-to-measure clothing and later moved into men’s ready-to-wear.
The brand has a flagship store on Regent Street and sells through more than 1,000 retail outlets worldwide, with nearly 30 wholesale clients in the U.S.
The company’s new owners, distressed retail experts Alteri Investors, have called in Alix Partners to sell the company. Some 1,200 jobs are said to be at risk, according to press reports.
As part of a turnaround plan set by Alteri, the company had closed about 15 percent of its 200 stores in the past year.
The first Austin Reed branded store was established on Fenchurch Street in London, with a larger flagship store opening in 1911 at 113 Regent Street. In 2011 the brand moved across the road to number 100.
The new store features a dedicated casualwear floor, a 60-foot wall of shirts and two floors of tailoring, including a bespoke service.
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Another British Flop: Men’s Wear Retailer Austin Reed Follows BHS Into Administration

LONDON — The British high street is looking more and more like a graveyard with a second heritage retailer, men’s wear brand Austin Reed, collapsing into administration just 24 hours after British Home Stores did the same.
Austin Reed, which was founded in 1900, had already been undergoing a turnaround at the hands of distressed retail specialists Alteri Investors. Alteri had recently taken a stake in the company after advising on its turnaround. The fall into administration, Britain’s equivalent of Chapter 11, leaves 1,184 jobs at risk.
The retail brand that decades ago stood shoulder-to-shoulder with British men’s wear greats such as Burberry, Aquascutum and Daks fell victim to a combination of fast-changing consumer habits, the shift to omnichannel retailing and an overarching crisis in the formal suiting arena that has seen men favor fashion-forward, sportier shapes and trans-seasonal fabrics over traditional, tailored investment pieces.
On Tuesday, administrators from Alix Partners, the international business advisory firm, said they were called in by Austin Reed’s directors due to “cash flow difficulties arising from challenging retail market conditions.”
The administrators confirmed that Austin Reed would continue to trade while Alix explores “all possible options” for its future, including a sale of all or parts of the business.
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Netflix chairman and CEO Reed Hastings garnered a 2015 compensation package worth $ 16.6 million, an increase of 50% from the year prior, with most of it coming in the form of stock options. “Hastings deeply understands the technology and business of Netflix,” the company said in its proxy statement, filed Wednesday. “He brings strategic and… Read more »





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Reed Krakoff Comeback on the Horizon?

RESURRECTION: The Reed Krakoff label may soon rise from the dead. The brand, which suspended operations in March, recently posted a banner to its Web site homepage that reads, “Thank you for visiting. We are currently undergoing a thrilling transformation, and reedkrakoff.com will soon have a completely new look and feel. Check back to discover our exciting revolution.”
The message is accompanied by a photo which notions that the brand’s “thrilling transformation” is toward that of a Milliennial-targeted label. It depicts a tote bag spilling out with a T-shirt, metallic espadrille flats, an iPod, sunglasses and a bracelet. Though they are components from Krakoff’s previous collections, the items’ curation provides a stark contrast to Krakoff’s prior propensity for a higher-end image, replete with plush cashmeres and costly leather goods.
When reached by phone Wednesday, Krakoff declined to comment on his brand’s sophomore iteration. He did offer: “A lot of exciting things are happening with the brand — stay tuned.” At present, Krakoff’s two New York boutiques remain closed.

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Archer Creator Adam Reed Imparts Professional Wisdom, Notes New Series Cassius & Clay

Writer-creator Adam Reed is a busy guy with a hit animated series (Archer) and another one on the way (Cassius & Clay) — plus he’s flying up to Canada this week for the Banff World Media Festival — so we jump right into it.


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I see that you’ll be hosting a master class at Banff — what can you tease about that, without being too spoiler-y?

I don’t know, actually. I’m mortified that it’s called that! [laughs] Well, not that it’s called that, but that they would, you know, have me teaching or doing something called a ‘master class.’ I’m quite nervous! I can tease that!

Okay, well at least everyone will know what sort of tenor the meeting will have.

Yeah: awkward and stammering!

Great! Everyone’ll know what to expect.

Yeah, but they’re probably mostly Canadians, so they’re going to be really polite about it.

Yeah, they’ll kind of look the other way. Obviously you’re going to be talking about the development of Archer, to some extent — probably to a great extent.

I would think so.


Can we go back to the beginning of that? Because I’m not totally sure what the genesis was, where you said, ‘Okay, I want to do this kind of crazy spy-adventure thing, with this sort of anachronistic time line, and all the rest.’ What germinated to make that happen?

My partner Matt Thompson and I had a cartoon on Adult Swim called Frisky Dingo, and it had been sort of ‘canceled by mutual agreement,’ I guess. Although I say it was ‘mutual,’ they might’ve just said that to make us feel better. But after that show was canceled, I took a year off and traveled: I walked across Spain, and I was in North Africa — and I was sort of bedraggled-looking most of the time. But I was sitting in really nice cafés in Europe, and just filling up notebooks with show ideas. I kept coming back to thinking about James Bond, and all the cool places in Europe he went, and all the fancy parties that he went to — that I wouldn’t be invited to, because I had a backpack and a scraggly beard. So I just started thinking more and more about James Bond.

Years ago, somebody gave me a set of all the James Bond paperbacks, like, from the ’50s. And I read a couple of them, and in the books James Bond is really quite a bastard. And also a rapist. So I was trying to think how to make a secret agent as big a bastard as possible, that you would still like and root for. And obviously not have him be a rapist like James Bond. From that sprang Archer.


James Bond lost the funny — so Archer picked it up!

Okay. Well, continuing that tangent just briefly, do you have a favorite Ian Fleming book, or a favorite James Bond in the movies?

In the movies, I’m a Connery man, although I really like the Daniel Craig reboot. I’m less of a fan of the sort of tongue-in-cheek Roger Moore era — although I think the new ones could stand to have just a slightly lighter tone sometimes. They can be pretty grim, recently. But I think Craig’s a fantastic Bond.

Yeah, like when the train goes kerblooey, and Bond readjusts his cuff-links, I was like, ‘Okay, now you’re back on the right track.’

Yeah, exactly. Exactly. I like those little touches.

Do you consciously bring any of that — or James Coburn’s ‘Flint’ movies — or that era into your discussions, when you’re creating the episodes?

Not so much anymore, but certainly early on. Flint was a big influence, as was Matt Helm, and OSS 117 — everything, basically. We put it all in a pot, and stole all of our favorite things from a lot of different sources.

Do you ever have to modify stuff, so it’s more comprehensible in the modern day? Or do you just go with it being amusingly anachronistic?

It’s sort of whatever serves us best, and we’re — I think — unfair, and break several rules about it. But when it serves the comedy to have it be more ’60s- or ’70s-based technology, or whatever, we use that. But when it serves us to have the Internet or cell phones, we use that. Cell phones make it much easier than having people have to go to a phone booth. Text messaging is a really economical way to forward the story, and not wait for the mail to get delivered.


Even in animation, they remove the rear-view mirror.

Right. Well, going back to the origins of your animation work, apparently you and your partner were doing ‘odd jobs.’ Like, what kind of ‘odd jobs’ do you do, when you’re getting ready to create series?

Odd jobs? I’m not sure what —

Like at Cartoon Network. In part of your bio, I’m just wondering: What are the ‘odd jobs’ at Cartoon Network? That’s kind of a cool thing.

Oh, at Cartoon Network! We were in charge of the tape library, and then we started doing interstitial programming for little kids, like ages two to five — that were little hand puppets with googly eyes. We did that for a couple of years. We did a live-action morning show with Carrot Top for a year. It was a real mixed bag.

Are there certain protocols for working with Carrot Top?

[Adam laughs heartily.]

There — uh — yeah — although I don’t know if ‘protocols’ is the right word. It was (Adam gives this considerable thought) an interesting experience — I’ll put it that way. He’s an extremely nice guy, but the production was a bit of a mess.

I see you’ve got Cassius & Clay in development, and that’s a brand new headline. What can you say about it?

It’s sort of a Butch and Sundance meets Mad Max meets Thelma ane Louise meets Lucy and Ethel [laughs]. It’s set in the post-apocalyptic mountains of North Carolina, where cannibals are roaming the countryside in souped-up diesel vehicles — and the non-cannibal people —

(We call ourselves ‘vegetarians,’ I want to interject. But I don’t.)

— have retreated to the walled cities of former NASCAR racetracks, and these two women — Cassius and Clay — make their living as scavengers slash bandits slash gamblers slash screw-ups. We’re working on the pilot right now, we have an amazing cast, and we’re very excited about it. Megan Ganz [Community, Modern Family] — an extremely talented writer — wrote the pilot with me. We’re seeing good things.

Cool. Does it present challenges that you haven’t met before? Or are there some things that you’ve learned along the way that are going to make this production easier?

Hopefully we will learn from our — [laughs] — our catalogue of mistakes, and learning bumps along the way. There are always ways to improve the production, but that’s on the technical side — and I don’t understand how our animators do what they do — I just know they make it look beautiful. And on the writing side, that end of things, basically we write as funny a script as we can, and use that as — I think Harold Ramis said the script is always the worst case scenario. And then turn it over to our wonderful voice cast [which includes Kaitlin Olson, Susan Sarandon, and J.B. Smoove], and let them make it much better.


Caption contest?

Okay, this master class thing, I’m a little stuck on this. What if you get the question: ‘Where do you get your ideas from?’ (I’m not sure whether or not Adam infers that I left that preposition dangling ironically — but hey, young journalists: Take risks!)

Sometimes it’s the news, sometimes it’s old movies, sometimes it’s an episode of The Six Million Dollar Man. Sometimes they just come while you’re tinkering on a motorcycle, or falling asleep — they actually come quite often, falling asleep. And I keep meaning to have a note pad on the bedside table, but I always forget. So there could be some real gems that I’ve just forgotten to write down.

(I praise the current state of recording gadgetry — come on, man! you make a spy show! — and Adam concurs.)


Adam will be there to answer your questions!

Okay, and the other question that always gets asked at panels: ‘What advice do you have for young creative people who are just starting out?’

You know, I would say: Make whatever your idea is. Go ahead and do it as cheaply as possible. And put it on YouTube — it has really changed the game. They used to say you have to move to Los Angeles, and get a Los Angeles phone number and an agent, and blah-blah-blah. But I really think those days are behind us, and now there are people at networks whose whole job is just to scour YouTube for up and coming talent. And we’ve had animators leave us to go on to bigger and better things because they did a short animated piece, and put it on YouTube, and ended up with millions of hits — and then the next thing you know, the agents are beating down their door. It’s amazing: more people than those watching Archer will watch, whatever, a cat falling down the stairs.

(I cite our society’s collapse into the intellectual cold war of LOLCats. Then I am strangely inspired to ask Mr. Reed his feelings on the contrast between YouTube and Vimeo — which not unreasonably inspires a puzzled chuckle, so we wrap up.)

Since you know so much about feature films, do you want to expand into that area at some point?

I would love to! The trick is to get somebody to let me do that. Or to trick some studio into paying me to write a movie for them.

Solidarity, brother.

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Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder’s Beyond-Stunning Cannes Red Carpet Moment

Le sigh. Newlyweds Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder walked the red carpet at Cannes yesterday, and they both looked so sophisticated, so classic, and so crazy-good stunning, it feels utterly possible that no married twosome has ever looked so very perfect on that iconic carpet.


Nikki wore a navy couture Azzaro gown with a spray of coral at the left shoulder, while Ian chose a traditional tux. The appearance was also the first time we’ve gotten to properly scope out their wedding rings (and see Ian helping his new wife with her train, which is basically the sweetest).

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Newlyweds Nikki Reed And Ian Somerhalder Are Beyond Glamorous At The Cannes Film Festival

Newlyweds Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder were the picture of grace and glamour on Wednesday as they walked the red carpet at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival.

The couple showed up for the premiere of “Youth” and Reed dazzled in a midnight blue, backless gown by Azzaro, while Somerhalder looked dapper in a black tux. The couple tied the knot last month, and are clearly still in the honeymoon phase.

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Ian Somerhalder And Nikki Reed Pack On The PDA At Lakers Game

Ian Somerhalder and Nikki Reed’s love for each other was on full display at a basketball game in Los Angeles on Sunday. The close game between the LA Lakers and the Phoenix Suns was an exciting one to watch, but it seems that Somerhalder only had eyes for Reed.

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The “Vampire Diaries” star also showed his affection for his girlfriend on a snowboarding trip in Sun Valley, Idaho on Friday. In the caption of a sweet Instagram photo of the couple, Somerhalder called the “Twilight” star “incredible” before wishing his 3.9 million followers a happy holiday:

Romance rumors about the pair first started in July, but Somerhalder confirmed their relationship in September when he slammed his Instagram followers for their negative comments about Reed. Perhaps the fans were upset to see Somerhalder move on from his “Vampire Diaries” co-star Nina Dobrev. Despite all the drama, it’s clear that Somerhalder and Reed are still smitten.
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