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The latest retrospective of Oscar de la Renta's designs won't be at a fashion museum...it'll be at Bill Clinton's presidential library in Arkansas. The show is being curated by Vogue's man-about-town Andre Leon Talley and comes with the official endorsement of Hillary Clinton, who told Vogue, "Oscar de la Renta is the ultimate statesman of American fashion. His name alone evokes shimmering elegance and timeless beauty that has helped define global style for generations. He is a true American original, and I am honored to call him my friend." [The Cut]