”Valentine’s Day is a Hallmark conspiracy to make those of us not in relationships feel like s – -,” says designer Jen Bilik. Which is why she created – just in time for the holiday – a ”How to Find True Love” poster. A 23 1/2” x 35 3/4” road map to courtship and romance, it’s the ”perfect gift for a guy or a girl who’s feeling confused about the process,” says Bilik. The chart is about as difficult to follow as an Alias/24 double feature, but those who persevere can enjoy refs to dating highs (”He calls you!”), and have a giggle – or a cry – at dating lows (”He turns out to be a name-dropping, place-dropping [’When I was in the Haaahmptons…’] pompous ass”). Already, the primer has been making the Hollywood rounds – Gilmore Girl Lauren Graham and Kelly Osbourne are among the celebs who own the broadsheet ($15, knockknock.biz). Who knows, next V-Day you could be on the other side of the Hallmark divide.
Posted February 14 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
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