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Turns out, the Fashion Spot will not play host to your obsession of celebrity children dressed all fancy. The Cut noticed that a post on TFS about Sasha and Malia Obama had been removed. Managing editor Dana Glazer explains that the site has a policy of who can and cannot be covered, and people under the age of 14 cannot. (Elle Fanning, however, is an exception.) She explains the rule is partially for legal reasons and partially to protect the kids, and perhaps, it's also in place to keep a tighter leash on what's considered appropriate fashion coverage. Glazer adds: "Fashion is a term that's used really loosely these days." [The Cut]