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September 07, 2008



I can say with confidence that this is the best and most important article ever published by the WSJ.


Aside from finding WSJ (as a long time subscriber) sadly shallow and "why do we need this when we have Vogue?" I found the hair and grooming stories in this article offputting - what a waste of eggs, and my Puritan streak must be implicated by DAILY manicures and pedicures (when we don't actually "need" these at all).

Back to my shotgun sports outings and hikes, I think the modern femme world really isn't for me.


I just googled to see what a woman who spends this much time and effort on her appearance actually looks like. I don't mean to be harsh, but I'm not sure that she's spending that time wisely!

joseph bontilao

i love the artistry, innocating newspaper into a dress:)


Just to let you know that she is more that 70 years old. At this age her skin and her are glowing.its just her appearence which makes people think that she looks the way she looks. but that's the way she like herself to look.

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