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Changing Of The Guard: Graydon Carter To Step Dwon From Editing Vanity Fair After 25 Years

"Mr. Carter’s influence and stature in the magazine and entertainment world is so great that to call his exit a changing of the guard seems insufficient: This is more of a regal passage. One of the few remaining celebrity editors, Mr. Carter — famous for his double-breasted suits, white flowing hair and a seven-figure salary […]
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