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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Bridget Foley
Marc Jacobs is the guy who can change the direction of a fashion juggernaut with a single silhouette. If other designers are doing sleek and slim, he'll do big and poufy. If everyone else is doing neutral colors, he'll go bold.
"Mrs. Obama isn't an indulged starlet primping for the Oscars, not should she behave like one," said Bridget Foley, executive editor of Women's Wear Daily, in the Business Insider report. "Women everywhere have big events for which they select a single dress in advance of the moment."
Jacobs is true to himself and that vision, and that contributes to his longevity, Foley adds.