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1 April 2022

📌 Checking out: Titan of photography Patrick Demarchelier, 78. The French lensman was Princess Diana's personal portraitist & legendary for his work for Vogue & campaigns for the likes of Dior, Vuitton & Saint Laurent. “There was always a lightness, a certain buoyancy to his sets,” recalls a NOTJ fashion insider. “And the work was so beautiful.” 📌 Gas prices down slightly. 📌 Mortgage rates rising at the fastest pace in a decade. 📌 The House passed a bill to cap monthly insulin costs at $35, sending it to the Senate. 193 House Republicans voted against it. 📌 Jared Kushner was “cooperative & friendly” during 6-hr. interview by Jan. 6 Committee. 📌 Stocks in China had their worst quarter since 2015. 📌 Ukraine has lost $1.5B in grain exports. 📌 Worldwide seafood industry anticipates price hikes, supply issues & jobs losses due to ban of seafood from Russia, the 5th-largest producer of wild-caught fish. 📌 This morning’s belligerent new moon in Aries triggers the USA’s natal Sun in the 7th house, auguring escalating foreign tensions. 📌 The Beckhams’ London mansion is burglarized. 📌 Oscars producer Will Packer says the LAPD was standing by ready to go into the crowd & arrest Will Smith, but Chris Rock waved them off, saying he was fine. 📌 Federal Communications Commission receives 66 angry viewer complaints over Oscars violence. 📌 NCAA Final Four women’s today, men’s tomorrow. 📌 Enjoying surging popularity thanks to Netflix’s “Drive to Survive” doc series, F1 adds Las Vegas Grand Prix on a 3.8-mi. street course running along the Vegas Strip, for November. The Miami GP sold out in a day & the Austin GP drew more than 400K fans last year. 📌 Having recovered from Covid, Sebastian Vettel will make his 1st start of the season at the Australian Grand Prix on April 10. 📌 Richemont, Kering & Pandora withdraw from Responsible Jewelry Council over its failure to cut ties with Russia, a leading producer of diamonds. 📌 “White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch” doc will follow the controversial revival of the storied brand through the late ‘90s & early ‘00s, with dozens of interviews from industry insiders & former employees (Netflix, April 18). 📌 Mrs. Meyer’s adds car diffusers in lavender, peony & rain water scents, $6. 📌 GameStop announces stock split, shares surge. 📌 Shonda Rhimes announces “Bridgerton” prequel (no release date, Netflix). 📌 Marvel’s “Morbius” with Jared Leto finally sinks its teeth into theaters, with an anemic 17% on RT. 📌 Meta’s Mark Zuckerberg says he surfs or hydrofoils for an hour every morning to prepare for his workday. 📌 With a busy few weeks ahead, NOTJ is going on hiatus. Stay classy, San Diego!

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