Would like to shout out Laird Borrelli-Persson @the_lbp — Vogue’s archive editor and a fount of knowledge not only about the magazine but all of fashion history and art history and the endless ways they intersect. Here is an example how Laird works. She will quietly notice a brief paragraph in a long story — in this case, a paragraph about Loie Fuller in the September profile of Taylor Swift. Only she will know that Vogue visited Loie Fuller at home in 1913. She will then quietly dig up that story and repost it online, along with an elegant summary of Fuller’s career and work, noting the relevant connections between Fuller and Swift, among them: “One of the links between these two Americans born 127 years apart is copyright.” I encourage you to read Laird’s post (link in bio) and all of her writing, for that matter.