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Elements of Style

“There is a saying: ‘Make one picture for “them” and another for yourself,’” Collier Schorr remarks in this issue. But, she adds, “Slowly try to make them want the pictures that you want.” Schorr is referring to her insistence on expanding the spectrum of desire seen in commercial fashion advertising, notably through her recent

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