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Creative Director Of American 'Vogue' Steps Down

Grace Coddington and Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour at a 2013 Donna Karan New York show.
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Grace Coddington and Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour at a 2013 Donna Karan New York show.

Fashion icon Grace Coddington is leaving her post as creative director of American Vogue. We learn more about her legacy, and what the change could mean for one of the most famous fashion magazines.

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