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January 25, 2008
It's the end of an era at Interview, where publisher Sandra Brant has sold off her 50 percent stake in the magazine to her polo-playing ex-husband, Peter Brant, and promptly resigned. Leaving with her is Ingrid Sischy, who had been editor-in-chief for 18 years and built a reputation for herself as the thinking woman's fashion-and-celebrity editor. In the wake of their departures, Peter Brant made the utterly safe and predictable decision of appointing Glenn O'Brien and Fabien Baron as editorial directors. O'Brien may be best known today as GQ's "Style Guy,...
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