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Future fashion journalists, take note of Lynn Yaeger's interview on Business of Fashion. Among other eye-opening tidbits, the writer with bylines in Vogue, New York Times, and more says she's staying humble, "When I go to an event at the Met, I still feel like I should be checking the coats. Or when I go and give my name somewhere, I always feel like they're going to say, 'You're not invited to this, are you crazy?' It still [all] seems pretty wonderful to me." [BoF]