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Glenn Livin'

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Though we haven't reviewed the mag in its entirety, the outlook is good for the Style Guy's first fully revamped issue of *Interview* (September), which is about to hit newsstands. We should have known Ye Olde O'Brien would make things a lot more interesting.

In lieu of the endless fawning profiles of Elton John that cluttered up the pages under the previous regime, we now have full frontal nudes of Kate Moss. The snap here, by fashion photog duo Mert and Marcus, accompanies an interview penned by—you guessed it—Glenn O'Brien.

Because what's the good of being editor if you can't grab all the plum assignments for yourself?

Quick Nic

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The latest news from the front regarding the Brad and Angelina of the international set has it that they may have already tied the knot. French daily *L'Est Republicain* is quoting a reliable source close to someone who claims to have attended our boy Nic's secret nuptials last week at the Elysée palace. Apparently he sealed the deal with supermodel Carla Bruni after presenting her with a $30,000 white gold Dior ring.

Sarkozy's office has issued a terse “no comment”»

The French Connection

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Our boy Nic sure is one fast mover. But then we guess when you're president of France there's no time to fuck around. Just two short weeks after we first told you that the Nicster was shacking up with supermodel Carla Bruni, one of the world's most beautiful women and a talented singer to boot, weekly paper *Le Journal De Dimanche* is reporting that the couple plans to marry early next month.

More on the Nicster and his soon-to-be better half »

Nic at Night

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Kempt Kudos to our boy Nicolas Sarkozy, the fashion-savvy President of France who one-upped George Bush during a black-tie affair at the White House last month.

Sarkozy, who split from his wife a while back, was spotted out on the town with supermodel-turned-singer Carla Bruni (pictured) the other night in Paris—thereby

proving the ZZ Top coinage (and Sartorial Brotherhood credo) “Every girl's crazy 'bout a sharp-dressed man.”

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