Last night, the cast of The Dark Knight Rises gathered at the AMC Lincoln Square theater to promote their movie (not that it needs the help). The male cast tended towards black garb, while the two female leads coordinated on snow-white. This probably has some good-vs.-evil theme, but unlike most Batman fans, we’re not philosophy scholars.
As Seen in SCENE
There are a few things you don’t expect to see on the cover of a novel. Socialite Tinsley Mortimer’s name is probably one of them. And yet next month, Mortimer, the “It” girl-turned-handbag designer-turned-reality star, will publish her first novel, Southern Charm, about a “Southern Belle thrust into the frenzied world of high society in New York City.” In other words, it’s a roman à clef, and not a very veiled one at that. The book’s plot couldn’t any more closely mirror Mortimer’s real life (or that which she is somewhat public about) without having to be marketed as a memoir.