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To Garance Doré, Nina Garcia spills about her rise from an intern at Simplicity Patterns to the successful multi-hyphanate she is today. If you're interested in getting into the fashion business, or like Nina, or just have a few minutes, it's worth a peruse. Highlights include working for Marc Jacobs during his breakout grunge period at Perry Ellis and the story of (and fallout from) landing that plum gig with Project Runway. [Garance Doré]