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We See Dead People (in VF)

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Did you know that Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter includes at least one story about a dead person in every issue of the magazine? (We never noticed til now.) Carter's latest posthumous obsession is fashion designer Oleg Cassini, former paramour of Grace Kelly and Marilyn Monroe, who passed away in 2006 and who will be the subject of a profile by Maureen Orth in an upcoming issue. [WWD]