'Glamour' Editor Looks Like Shit, Sees 'Vogue' Editor On Subway

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"It took a certain courage," Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour writes in her August editor's letter, for such luminaries as Harvard physicist Lisa Randall and Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin "to admit to the pleasure that fashion brings them." Well, Glamour "Slaves To Fashion" blogger Ashley Baker — for whom exemplifying that sort of courage is just another day at the office — today exhibited a new brand of fearlessness: she posted this picture of herself after a rainy trip to work, adding a succulent detail:

And of COURSE there were a few fellow editors on my train, including one very illustrious one from the twelfth floor (otherwise known as Vogue).


So wait a second, Vogue editors take the subway? On rainy days? But what of their blow-outs?

We sort of wish Ms. Wintour had the courage to recognize these illustrious editors for having the courage to commute amongst the paralegals and accountants, but we have a feeling Vogue editors only ride the subway because the MTA takes credit cards and they've spent their last twenties on resort wear and coke. Hey, it happens to the best of us.

Rain, Rain, Go Away. SERIOUSLY [Glamour]



She should be more unhappy about that flip flops with socks thing she had going on.