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New York magazine's Fashion Issue includes yet another article about the epic romance between street style photographers Garance Doré and the Sartorialist. This time, what stands out is a quote from Japanese Vogue editor Anna Dello Russo, who tells the magazine that Garance used to dress for utility instead of style. But now, "if you see her, she’s beautiful. She maybe takes less pictures, but she dresses very feminine, very elegant." But is this a good thing? We're trying to imagine someone saying something similar about her boyfriend: "Scott's posting less often, but he wears such well-tailored pants!" [The Cut]