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ARap: Fashion is like High School

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Our sister site Eater National has a great interview with ex-GQ Style Director Adam Rapaport who decamped to become EIC of Bon Appétit a few issues ago. Things he doesn't miss about fashion: "There are a lot of elements about the fashion world that wear on you, like going to eight shows a day. And every time you walk in it is like walking into a high school cafeteria: who is wearing what and who is talking to whom and who is sitting where." [ENA]