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WWD reports that the vintage YSL bounty that Housing Works acquired from a previously unnamed benefactor, which will go on sale on December 11th, came from the closet of "the late Adeline Tintner, sister of Muriel Maxwell, a former editor and model at Vogue who posed for Horst and Irving Penn." [WWD, subscription req; Previously]

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