The Thin Line Between Ad and Editorial?

To: tips@Fashionista.com From: boredintern@pretentiouslitmag.com Hey guys and gals at Fashionista, With all this talk over the relationship between ma
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To: tips@Fashionista.com From: boredintern@pretentiouslitmag.com Hey guys and gals at Fashionista, With all this talk over the relationship between ma
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To: tips@Fashionista.com From: boredintern@pretentiouslitmag.com Hey guys and gals at Fashionista, With all this talk over the relationship between magazines and advertisers, especially in the context of Bazaar and Estee Lauder with their new perfume, InStyle is lacking in discretion, too. You guys might want to take a look at the most recent issue with Rihanna. There's the Fendi ad with Raquel standing on a block, wearing ankle boots. Those SAME boots are then featured in an article on how to wear the same piece three times, or something like that. Pretty silly to style them only a few pages apart from an ad, leaving readers to think, "didn't I just see those?" Just call me boredintern@pretentiouslitmag or something.

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