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Fashion illustrator, photographer and blogger Garance Doré started her eponymous site with sketches and photographs of inspirational women. It's since evolved to cover fashion week both stateside and abroad, has spawned a clever video franchise, and has expanded to include voices other than Doré's. Yesterday, in a post titled, 'Hello!,' the Frenchwoman-turned-New Yorker detailed some upcoming changes to her blog.
In addition to moving operations out of the apartment she shares with Scott Schuman and into a studio, Doré announced that she would be adding a few more bylines to her site. One is a woman named Megan (no last name given), who will be "appearing regularly on Garance Doré to talk to us about love and sex." The contributors will be more visible starting next week, when "each post will be signed by the author (or authors)."
· Hello! [Garance Doré]
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