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André Leon Talley, Former 'Vogue' Editor-At-Large

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Talley felt like a misfit growing up — until he stumbled upon a copy of the iconic fashion magazine. Paging through 'Vogue,' he says, was like traveling down a "rabbit hole [into] a world of glamour." The fashion titan talks about loneliness, working in Andy Warhol's Factory, and his signature caftans. Also, linguist Geoff Nunberg considers the future of cursive handwriting, and critic David Edelstein reviews the heist film 'American Animals.'

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