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Why fashion designer Derek Lam says he does not use celebrities as a 'benchmark for reality'
In a conversation with Washington Post Fashion Critical Robin Givhan on June 13, fashion designer Derek Lam talks about the differences in designing fashion for his brand's consumers versus for celebrities.
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