Wake Up Round Up: Anna Piaggi, Italian Fashion Editor, Dies At 81

Are minivans socially acceptable to drive again? [WSJ]

Though Betsey Johnson filed for bankruptcy back in April, the designer hardly has plans to fade into the background anytime soon. Actually, it’s just the opposite. She has a new line coming out! [Fashionista]

Who cries the most at the Olympics? [WSJ]

Anna Piaggi, Italian fashion editor and Karl Lagerfeld muse, dies at 81. [New York Times]

Jon Hamm and Lena Dunham will teach you how to use the New Yorker's new iPad app. [All Things D]

“Amazon changed its customer privacy policies on Monday, closing security gaps that were exploited in the identity hacking of Wired reporter Mat Honan on Friday.” [Wired]

“Nicole Miller’s social media efforts are multifaceted. Throughout her company, she is known to personally respond to Facebook, tweet away, and she regularly posts photos on Instagram (shoes being her latest favorite). Miller will add another dimension when she becomes the first fashion designer on VYou, a question-and-answer site that allows personalities to record video responses to posed questions using their mobile phones or Web cams.” [WWD]

Why Google+ can give your small business a boost in it's web presence. [Mashable]

Lolo Jones is NOT happy with the New York Times article about her suggesting that she sold out parts of her non-track life for money and attention. [USA]

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  1. Melanie Patterson

    Yay for the Nicole Miller! People from my school stay grounded 🙂

    Lolo was so emotional on The Today Show. So hard to watch how such blatant accusations tore her down.