DOWN & DIRTY
“One hour, two chefs, three mystery ingredients and one heck of a good time.” That’s how Esquire Network describes its raucous cooking competition series Knife Fight. Hosted by celebrity chef Ilan Hall and shot at his Brooklyn restaurant The Gorbals, the episodes feature two celebrated chefs going to head to head, making at least two dishes in an hour from a combination of secret ingredients. At 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sean Brasel, executive chef and owner of Meat Market, will be battling it out for bragging rights.
Time to put a little more effort into your wardrobe, people. Funkshion Fashion Week Miami Beach is back for the 12th year. The annual four-day event showcasing talent in the apparel industry runs through Sunday. Info: www.fashionmiamishows.com.
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WAR OF WORDS
Island Company has a beef with Kendall and Kylie Jenner. The West Palm Beach clothing company, with a store on Worth Avenue, is suing the two famous sisters, saying in a lawsuit filed last month in U.S. District Court in WPB that their apparel brand for PacSun has a too-close-for-comfort advertising slogan, reports The New York Post.
The Jenners’ motto is “Run Away, Fall in Love, Never Return.” Island’s is “Quit Your Job, Buy a Ticket, Get a Tan, Fall in Love, Never Return.”
Run by dive instructor/aspiring filmmaker Spencer Antle, Island is asking a federal judge to stop the reality sibs from using the phrase, claiming it is a trademark violation.