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I love her work!! Repost to IG for a chance to win! @illustratorsandym #SANDYMprints  #paris

I love her work!! Repost to IG for a chance to win! @illustratorsandym #SANDYMprints #paris

Excited to check out the first issue. @netaporter

Excited to check out the first issue. @netaporter

Change is good. #transformation2014 #motivation #inspiration

Change is good. #transformation2014 #motivation #inspiration

vogue and coffee turned 3 today!

vogue and coffee turned 3 today!

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Good morning @peterpilotto  @targetstyle #peterpilottofortarget

Good morning @peterpilotto @targetstyle #peterpilottofortarget

Excellent advice. #transformation2014 #inspiration #motivation

Excellent advice. #transformation2014 #inspiration #motivation

Sneak a peek of the frisky new #powerofcolor campaign from @revlon featuring my friend @MikeyKayNYC.  The spot airs in March.  Stay tuned! 

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Gwyneth Paltrow's “Epic €œTakedown” Explained by Graydon Carter


In his Editor’s Letter from the March Hollywood Issue, Graydon Carter addresses long-running rumors that Vanity Fair has been working on an “epic takedown” of Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow. While the full version of the letter—including details about the original assignment by contributing editor Vanessa Grigoriadis and an assessment of Hollywood’s reaction—is only available in the March issue, an excerpt below sheds light onto one of the most buzzed-about stories of 2013:

Vanessa turned in her story at the end of the summer. And it was just what had been assigned—a reasoned, reported essay on the hate/love-fest that encircles Gwyneth Paltrow. I thought it perfectly explained the whole phenomenon. But it was such a far cry from the almost mythical story that people were by now expecting—the “epic takedown,” filled with “bombshell” revelations—that it was bound to be a disappointment. What to do? I decided to sit on it for a time.

In October, Gwyneth called me. We talked for about 20 minutes about the story and her reaction, or over-reaction, to it. At one point, she asked my advice as to what to do to get the “haters” on her side. I suggested putting on 15 pounds. I joked that it works for me. She replied I had put on much more than that. Which I thought was fair and funny. Two months after the phone call, Web sites lit up with news of a truce. We received more mail, much of it now criticizing us for caving. There had also been conflicting reports that Gwyneth had coerced George Clooney into not being on our cover—clearly not true. There were reports that she was trying to scuttle our annual Oscar party, that she was going to organize a competing dinner. The Paltrow camp subsequently denied both claims.

Read more here.

The epic Gwyneth saga explained.

(Source: The truth behind the rumors, in a preview of the March issue.)

An @InStyle exclusive sneak peek at the making of Sarah Jessica Parker’s campaign for her new shoe collection.  The collection is available at Nordstrom February 28.  

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She may have played a journalist on tv, but it looks as if those Vogue editor rumors have been put to rest.  Sarah Jessica Parker has denied that she is considering replacing Wintour and Vogue reps deny that she was ever being considered.  As it appears that Anna Wintour isn’t retiring anytime soon, why are we even entertaining the idea?  to be continued…..

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