Amy Fine Collins

Amy Fine Collins is Special Correspondent to Vanity Fair, where for over 20 years she has written features about fashion, art, design, culture, Hollywood, and society. An arbiter and owner of the International Best-Dressed List since 2003, she was inducted into its Hall
of Fame in 1994. Long a muse to artists, photographers, and designers, including Geoffrey Beene and Thom Browne, Collins is a frequently consulted advisor and commentator on fashion, and is active at the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, on whose Visiting Committee
she sits. Previously Style Editor at both House & Garden and Harper’s Bazaar,

she received three degrees in Art History from Swarthmore College and Columbia University, where she also taught for two years. In 2010, Collins received the New York Newswomen’s Club’s Front Page Award for Cultural Criticism, and in 2011 she won a Front Page Award for In-Depth Reporting. Also in 2011, she was present- ed with Lighthouse International’s Fashion Visionary Award.

Amy Fine Collins has written or contributed to over a dozen books.


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Rahi Rezvani

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