Get ready to get stupid:
For those of you not in the know, my nom de plume comes from a sassy character in Jacqueline Susann's seminal sleaze-and-drugs book, Valley of the Dolls. And I'm afraid it looks as if that character—and the whole bitchy dollhouse—is coming back to bite me in the ass...in the best way possible!
Susann, who went on to write many other bestsellers besides Dolls, is resurfacing on the Internet, courtesy of a sassy Lisa Bishop (a personal pal of mine) and her partner Whitney Robinson. And, trust, it'll be as fabulous as ever.
For those of you who know more about K.Stew than cult hits, Valley was about the over-done outfits, hair and sex lives of three girls living in 1960s New York. Very Gossip Girl, except a million times better—and without Blake Lively's man-trapping boobs.
But back to the site, www.JacquelineSusann.com promises all things Jackie, especially a delish "Jacqueline Susann StyleFile" where famous and fabulous style icons will blab on the beautiful—especially how Jackie has influenced their lives and careers. Too fab, huh?
First up: Simon Doonan, creative director of Barneys and author of Confessions of a Window Dresser: Tales From the Life of Fashion and Eccentric Glamour: Creating an Insanely More Fabulous You. Sounds legit to me.
And guess who Mr. Doonan chats about in the first installment? Yours truly...Well, at least the Ted Casablanca from the book and which character would be his dream date.