A Gilded Age at Architectural Digest
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In the early 1980s, when I was an editor at Condé Nast's House & Garden magazine, my colleagues and I were perturbed by an idée fixe of the company's legendary editorial director, Alexander Liberman. He kept pressing us to make House & Garden more like Architectural Digest, the Los Angeles-based upstart that, under the editorship of Paige Rense, was fast approaching our once-impregnable circulation figures.

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