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FOR THE RECORD: The saga of Nina Garcia, Anne Slowey, Robbie Myers and the internecine warfare at Elle continues as New York magazine weighed in Tuesday with a response to Myers’ objections against its profile this week of Slowey and Garcia, “America’s Next Top Fashion Editor.” For those not up to speed, Myers on Monday told WWD she was disappointed with the article, particularly because, she claimed, author Maureen Tkacik did not speak with her about the details of her working relationship with Garcia and other staffers that are included in the article. The Elle editor in chief also claimed that neither Tkacik nor any other New York staffer called her to fact check information about her in the piece. On Tuesday, a spokeswoman for New York responded: “Maureen’s story drew on many reliable sources — some on the record, and some on background. We stand by its accuracy.” — Stephanie D. Smith

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