Reichl Goes Tweet, Tweet, Tweet... Vanity Fair's Latest Dead Person Obsession...

Ruth Reichl’s Twitter feed reveals several of her personality quirks.

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FASHION JOURNAL: The journal to accompany Monday’s CFDA Fashion Awards could well be the most personal one yet. With the exception of Marc Jacobs, who had a scheduling conflict, each nominee and honoree was photographed by Sølve Sundsbø in a shoot styled by Lori Goldstein with the creative direction of Trey Laird. “We liked the idea of pairing the designers with a reflection of their work and someone who represents their aesthetics,” Laird said. Alexander Wang, for instance, chose to be photographed with six of his high school friends, while the Proenza Schouler image shows Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez “piled up on the floor” with members from their design team and a slew of accessories, according to Laird. Only Tom Ford and Donna Karan were shot on their own — Ford in a series of mirrors that reflect him multiple times, and Karan as, well, Donna pure. As for Jacobs, his image was inspired by street casting for his fall show. The models sport Marc masks, which is almost as good as the real thing. — Marc Karimzadeh


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