Judith Thurman
In conversation with Gail Eichenthal
November 28, 2007

The longtime New Yorker writer — who once spent an evening with Jackie Onassis, smoking cigarettes and talking about men — culls from 20 years of probing and delightful cultural critiques of fashion, its personages, trends and history, to celebrate the lasting significance of its ephemeral qualities.

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