Naomi Fry

staff writer for the New Yorker

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Naomi Fry is a contributor to the New York Times Magazine, New Yorker, Artforum and the Times book review.

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Personalized celebrity greetings gain popularity during pandemic

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Examples of modest fashion in high design  (L-R) Céline, Rennes, Creatures of Comfort 
 Should women consider their clothing choices when working in the world of men? That's been one…

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