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Vanity Fair has released its 68th Annual International Best-Dressed List; the top ten best-dressed women include the very Vogue Bee Shaffer CC’09 (Anna Wintour’s daughter, but you knew that). Her company at the top includes Renée Zellweger, Michelle Obama, and, for some reason, Fran Lebowitz. Congratulations, Bee; we’re sure your summer is far more glamorous […]

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Fun for the new year at Spectator! Replacing the Weekend section, this fall Spec will launch a full-color, Village Voice-style weekly magazine tentatively titled The Eye. In a canny move, they recruited a features editor who’s already been dishing for the Daily Telegraph and other publications for years–Bee Shaffer, daughter of Vogue empress Anna “Miranda” […]

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