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In the late 80s and early 90s, Robin Hazelwood juggled her studies at Yale with modeling jobs in New York, Paris, and Milan. Now, she gives us a peek behind the runway with her debut novel about a Columbia student-turned-fashionista.
- Robin Hazelwood author and former professional model.
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