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“It’s not my intention to be controversial or an investigative reporter. I want to talk to people about their lives and their careers,” Fern told WWD. “I see this as an extension of what I’ve always done in my job, which is to try to explain the fashion industry, how it works and give it the respect it deserves — and that it is not entirely about silly, frivolous people.”

Starting in January, Fern Mallis will continue her series of interviews at 92nd Street Y with Fashion Icons. She’ll welcome some of the biggest names in the business: Donna Karan on January 12, Tommy Hilfiger on March 8 and Tom Ford on May 8.

Previously: 92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A With Fern Mallis

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