"Linda McCartney-A Portrait", the biography by Danny Fields, is published. Casting for a CBS TV movie based on the book is underway, against protests from the McCartney camp.

Stella McCartney blasts the resurgence of the fur industry: "It's bizarre how it's cool again. It's pathetic that being a whore is cool and being nice and humane isn't. Fur is a social statement. It's about wealth and status and I find that sick."
Paul attends a $750-a-plate charity dinner in New York to benefit the Garland Appeal. Although the event raises $150,000 for cancer research, all commentary centers on Paul's slick new fringe-less haircut. "His rock & roll days are behind him," blares The Sun, "and he EVEN wore a suit!"