FULLER’S EXCUSE: What does one editor say when she bumps into another who was recently granted a major honor and she wasn’t there? Well, if you’re Bonnie Fuller, editor in chief of Us Weekly, you blame your owner, Jann Wenner. Fuller was overheard telling her former Condé Nast colleague Art Cooper, editor in chief of GQ, that she would have loved to have been at the Henry John Fisher Awards last month to see him inducted into the Hall of Fame, but the only time her boss Wenner springs for tables is at the National Magazine Awards. Of course, Fuller didn’t exactly leave Condé Nast under the friendliest of circumstances and might not have been greeted with open arms by the Condé consigliere.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Christian Lacroix may have had a triumphant couture show in January, but he’s skipping the ready-to-wear runway for the second season in a row. A Lacroix spokeswoman said the house is instead planning a day-long “working session” where editors and buyers can drop in to see a mix of its Christian Lacroix, Bazar and Christian Lacroix Jeans lines. The date and location have yet to be nailed down, but it will likely be on March 5, the day before the shows officially kick off.

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