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It was a very simple leather tote—but as soon as I saw it, I knew I had to have it, and I wound up carrying it for years. Bean tote from the 1940s—and had been worth hundreds of dollars. Every time it falls apart, I wind up hunting for another one. For everyday wear, I have a little pair of rhinestone flowers.After seven years together, the fashion blogosphere's ultimate power couple, Garance Doré and Scott Schuman (aka the Sartorialist), have decided to go their separate ways.Later he attended Indiana University, graduating with a degree in apparel merchandising and a minor in costume construction.The interviewer begins by asking Schuman about his thoughts on Tavi Gevinson, the ever-positive 15-year-old blogger who has recently started her own online magazine.On the topic of Tavi, Schuman (proud father of two daughters, no less) has this to say: "Well I don't think her audience is that big. There are so many excellent quotes in the article that it's hard to choose which ones to pick out.I think her success is a little bit of a conspiracy by established print media that wanted to show that this blog thing is not that important, that it's done by a bunch of twelve year olds. I think it's great that Tavi can create a blog and write for other people that are like-minded - probably other kids around her age - but I don't know how that is going to help a 26-year old, if she has never had a boyfriend or any of that kind of stuff. He also complains that people like Tavi "steal pictures from other people" in order to have imagery on his blog. Here's a good one, on the topic of whether Schuman reads any other Fashion Blogs: "No not really.She's just a kid, so she can talk about art and stuff only in an abstract way." In other words, he is suggesting that Tavi's success has been masterminded by the Evil Print Media to show that blogging is, essentially, a joke. The only one I look at is my girlfriend Garance Dore. She is a great writer, she does video, illustration, and photography.
The story was about Tiffany & Co.'s new crowd-sourced photo gallery, "True Love in Pictures," which the two bloggers, who have been dating since 2009 and currently live together in New York's Greenwich Village, will curate.
So those two ads alone are a good fraction of a million dollars: more than a quarter million and less than a half a million.
The key for me, and for Garance also, is like any good business: diversity.
The Parsons alum turned designer turned fashion director of The Sartorialist—her boyfriend Scott Schuman's iconic blog and photographic empire—is a burgeoning Instagram starlet and front row fixture at fashion weeks around the world.
When she's not tucked up in vintage silk PJs or fashion-drawing at her Greenwich Village home, Walton travels the globe with Schuman, seeking out outfit inspiration from as far afield as the grand palazzos of Italy to the sprawling flea markets in France.
She is funny, consistent, and her point of view on fashion is great.