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Kate Moss' Babydaddy on Magazines

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Jefferson Hack may be best known in mainstream pop culture as Kate Moss' babydaddy, but his full-time occupation is being the head honcho at Dazed & Confused. His ever-expanding empire also now includes digital properties—including "For me, the web is about the moment and the magazine is much more about what I feel is the collective memory," Hack told BlackBook. "The magazine becomes a souvenir of what's happening in the moment. The collective memory is what you keep. Magazines won't disappear, they'll almost become more important in some ways." [BlackBook]