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A treasure of the fashion world, Andre Leon Talley was impossible to ignore
Vogue editor and fashion icon Andre Leon Tally attends The CW: It's A Reality at Simyone Lounge on February 23, 2010 in New York City.
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Influential Fashion Journalist Andre Leon Talley Dies at 73 | KQED
In his 2003 memoir, A.L.T.: A Memoir, Talley focused on two of the most important women in his life: his maternal grandmother, Bennie Frances Davis and the late fashion editor Diana Vreeland.
Influential fashion journalist Andre Leon Talley dies at 73
In 2007, Vogue magazine editor at large Andre Leon Talley attends a post-Fashion Week panel discussion on the lack of Black images in the current fashion output in New York.
The Dumbledore of Clowning
The French master teacher Philippe Gaulier has worked with stars like Sacha Baron Cohen. But at 78, are his methods, which include insults, outdated?
'Manifesto' is a story of dreams made real by never giving up
In a 1973 review of Nobel Prize-winning writer Toni Morrison's Sula, New York Times critic Sara Blackburn wrote: "Toni Morrison is far too talented to remain only a marvelous recorder of the black side of provincial American life.
USC's Chevez Goodwin says his development is 'like a rose that grew out the concrete'
He wanted to make them all mad.
When he was younger, USC big man Chevez Goodwin would fixate on the mothers of opposing players cheering from the stands. It would eat at him.
What should the Raptors rotation look like going forward in 2022?
Fred VanVleet and the Toronto Raptors should be extremely thankful that they have been able to leap out to a 21-19 record.
What Is Love? A Tender and Poetic Illustrated Celebration of the Elemental Human Quest
"Gamble everything for love, if you are a true human being," wrote Rumi. "Half-heartedness doesn't reach into majesty."
Prince Harry says he can't bring his children to UK without police protection
Harry reportedly first offered to personally pay for U.K. police protection for himself and his family in January 2020, but the offer was 'dismissed.'
A father's death, a son's despair: How COVID upended a family
He became a wrestler because his father was a wrestler. He planned to work at the same power plant as his dad when he graduated from high school.