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  1. lomagir says:

    I have to comment on the Vogue advertising. I think it points out how ridiculous the money people invest in fashion is. I’d say Vogue was laughing at itself, except I don’t think that’s the point they meant to make. After all, it’d put them out of business.

  2. Sarah G. says:

    I just discovered your blog the other day and think it’s great! The links you posted for Saturday Linkage were very interesting. I found a few that I plan to follow. Thanks!
    Sarah G.

  3. Abbey says:

    Thank you for sharing the story about the Vogue article. My husband spent 5 weeks in India for work and he saw first-hand the terrible poverty. He spent any extra money he had giving back to the people and left wishing he could do so much more. I appreciate your bringing this article, and situation, to our attention!

  4. denni says:

    Yes, that Vogue article is really important for people to read. Those of us in wealthier countries tend to take our good luck for granted. Lovely site, btw. Another first-timer.

  5. miriam says:

    The most fascinating thing about the vogue article was the quote from the photographer. She claimed to not be thinking that deeply with her shoot- this in the world of fashion, where a raised eyebrow or a direction of gaze is supposed to carry a thousand messages? I think not. If Vogue is going to stir up controversy (and of course they are ecstatic to have generated that buzz) it’s lame to then cop out on joining the ensuing conversation.

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