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The last few months have been a little crazy and, as such, we have been focusing on high level stories - or stories that happened to cross my desk - here at Bad Boy Blog. At the same time, being a comprehensive source, I at least wanted to summarize some of the stories that fell through the cracks during this time. Check out some of them below.

Zac Posen Line Has New President: Jillian Sinel

Back in December, Women's Wear Daily reported that the Zac Posen line had a new president.

Before taking the role, according to her LinkedIn profile, Jillian Sinel was the COO at Carolina Herrera and also spent time at Christian Dior.

Zac Posen Wins Six Week Internship with Martha Stewart's Company

At a charity function in November, Zac Posen bid #3,500 and won a six week internship at Martha Stewart's company.

"I'm so happy that I won a 6 week internship with @marthastewart," Posen wrote on Twitter. "Whatever will I learn??"


Zac Posen Denies Rumors That He Will Design "Twilight" Wedding Dress

At the start of November, there were rumors floating around that Zac Posen would design the wedding dress that character Bella Swan will wear in "Breaking Dawn," the next film in the "Twilight" series.

On Twitter, Posen denied this, saying that the rumor was "just that and that he designs "for real women like Kristen Stewart and Anna Kendrick."

Via Laura Neilson.

Zac Posen Serves as Guest Judge on "America's Next Top Model"

According to The Stir, Zac Posen served as a guest judge on an episode of "America's Next Top Model" that aired in October. The contestants had to walk in Posen's Fall 2010 runway show.

Scoop CEO Susan Davidson Replaces Zac Posen's Mother, Susan, as CEO of Posen Line

In October, Women's Wear Daily reported that Susan Posen, mother of Zac Posen and CEO of his company, had stepped down to "pursue other interests."

Her replacement is Susan Davidson, the CEO of Scoop NYC. She will maintain that post, in addition to her new one with Zac Posen.

Lydia Dishman at BNET has some analysis.