Episode: Little Happier: Reading Isaac Mizrahi Taught Me About Myself


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Little Happier: Reading Isaac Mizrahi Taught Me About Myself
Reading Isaac Mizrahi’s memoir I.M. helped me understand something about myself: my uncomfortable reaction to a work of art I admire.

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