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Social Media Burn Out

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Franca Sozzani has a lot of things to say about all the ways she has to say things. What that means: Between Twitter, Vogue.IT, her blog, and Vogue Italy (the actual magazine), the ed-in-chief is experiencing communication-overload. On Friday, she told to her adoring fans at FIT that attempting to post on her blog everyday was "probably the biggest mistake of my life" and she doesn't like Twitter because "it's another work." [The Cut]