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We've already learned so much from just an excerpt of Grace Coddington's memoir Grace. For example, a person named Tinker Patterson (a) exists and (b) taught Vogue's Creative Director what a condom is. But here's an extra fun fact: The memoir is illustrated! Check out a preview of her scribbles and sketches (that look remarkably like every cartoon ever published in the The New Yorker and have just as much insider-y bite to them) now. [Vogue]