remembering INGRID SISCHY
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The art and fashion world lost one of most talented and admired journalist. Ingrid Sischy, a former editor in chief of Interview magazine and lately a contributing editor to several editions of Vanity Fair as well numerous other publications, died aged 63 from breast cancer.
She was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland. She graduated Sarah Lawrence College and did a PhD in the humanities from Moore College of Art in 1987. She was the one who did a MoMA NEA curatorial internship for John Szarkowski from 1978 to 1979. Her career took her from Artforum and The New Yorker to Interview and Vanity Fair. Known for her amusing observational style, and affable relaxed presence, Sischy has long been one of fashion's favourite writers, establishing lasting friendships with Karl Lagerfeld, Donna Karan, Madonna and Miuccia Prada among many others. Many of them pay their respect by reminding some private memories with Ingrid.

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