A man walks into a bar, has one too many cocktails, gropes a few women, and is then asked to leave. That’s the proper reaction right? Apparently not.
Doug Quinn, known by many as the “Bartender of your Dreams” at P.J. Clarke’s got the boot from his manager after asking an older gentleman to leave. It appears that the man was making women uncomfortable, so the 6 foot 2 bartender felt it was his duty to step in. Instead of encouraging the misbehaving man to leave, the manager snubbed Quinn, and continued to bring the man into the dining room for a complimentary meal. The next day, another manager informed Quinn that he had been terminated.
A bartender tries to be a gentleman and this is what he gets. Although we are sorry, we have no doubt that Quinn will find a new home in the VERY near future.
Fashion Week is notoriously known for having an infestation of who’s who in the industry; with a-list style enthusiasts among the large crowd of important people. With 100-and-something-thousand people attending this whirlwind, where does one even begin looking to spot these show stoppers?
Here at Joonbug, we have come up with 3 magnetic force fields that celebrities and models never fail to gravitate towards.
First on our list: The Front Row at Lincoln Center. Anyone who is anyone will be sitting in this V.I.P section of the shows. It’s a perfect place to look for well-known fashion editors, celebrities, other designers and fellow model competition. Though getting to this roped off gold mine is impossible, on-lookers will have just as great a view of them as they do on the show itself. Let’s face it; the front row seats are just as much a part of the show as the collections being presented. And a quick tip with that note, study what they are wearing as well! The front row’s fashion sense is usually very complimentary to what is in style at the moment or trends that will start coming our way. Even if you don't have access to the shows, you can stake out near the tents and check out who's going in and out. It's worth a shot to get a glimpse of your favorite designer/model/star.