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Designers are great white sharks, and we roam the waters ourselves. We often pretend to like and admire each other, but sometimes we don't even bother to fake it. The fashion industry is as hardworking, incestuous, and political as any other, and it's virtually impossible, given the size of designers' egos, to sincerely wish someone else well, because behind every false tribute is 'It should have been me.'

So writes Joseph Abboud, who fell in love with style at five. There in the

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Publisher:HarperCollins
Category: Design / Fashion
ISBN:9780061753985
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Words: 80,238
Unique Words: 6,484
Avg Sentence (words): 15.44
Avg Word (chars): 4.11
Chapters: 37
Paragraphs: 2,195
People: 611
Places: 230
Things: 295
Adult Reading Time:5:21
Sentiment: 0.03
Intensity: 0.08
Profanity: 79
SAT Words: 678
Reading Level:6.6
Complexity Index: 106

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