The lines are further blurred by the fact that in fashion, professional relationships are often nurtured in nonprofit settings: on a beach for a photo shoot, where everyone is staying at the same resort; At the Caviar Caspia dinner in Paris to celebrate a show. It was common practice, in glossy journals, to appoint some “contributing editors” because of their social contacts to urge their friends to become subjects.
In fact, it was in part because he clearly enjoyed Karl Lagerfeld’s favor, Mr. Talley wrote in his memoir, that he was very important to Vogue. And he enjoyed Mr. Legerfeld’s favor in part, because he believed so clearly, and virtually, in his talent.
Against this backdrop, the idea that a friend, a man whose business interfered with Mr. Talelli’s business, would offer to step up and help him buy a house, when he got into trouble, might It does not seem clear. Especially because Mr. Malkemus had previously served as his proxy.
In 2004, according to Mr. Talley’s affidavit, Mr. Talley was forced to leave his New York apartment due to mold. In part because Mr. Talley (for whom the money was only worth thinking of as a means to buy the beautiful things he longed for) had gone into financial trouble three times before – he went through bankruptcy in North Carolina in 1997 and 1998 York in 1993, largely due to the failure to pay taxes – obtaining a mortgage would be complicated.
So Mr. Malkemus and Mr. Urgitis offered to work behind the scenes for Mr. Talley: to buy and mortgage the house – either Mr. Talley’s lawsuit, which claims that he was running in good faith He will one day become the owner of the property. He also said his affidavit states that to maintain and improve the property, includes $ 12,000 spent on a new boiler and $ 30,000 to replace the roof.
Given that Mr. Tally’s claim in 1999 that Mr. Malkemus had helped him buy the car in the same way – Mr. Tally “was unable to do it himself” for reasons not specified in the affidavit, so he told Mr. Malkemus Around Rs 45,000. The papers say, and Mr. Malkemus “went to a dealership and used those funds to buy vehicles on my behalf” – there was precedent.