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Anna Wintour Sat Second Row at Valentino; Studio 54 Founder to Release Book

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Anna Wintour Sat Second Row at Valentino: As it turns out, Vogue editor-in-chief is quite the selfless person—at least when it comes to her publication. At the Valentino show on Tuesday, Anna Wintour was spotted sitting second row behind her colleagues Tonne Goodman and Grace Coddington. As it turns out, Wintour apparently gave up her seat for writer Sarah Mower, who was reviewing the show for She may not be the Devil Wears Prada after all. [Fashionista]

Studio 54 Founder To Release Book: Ian Schrager, founder of Studio 54 in NYC, has decided to share his intimate look into the legendary nightclub. “If the hunter does not tell the story, the lion will,” Schrager said. Schrager will source photos that highlight the club's nights of debauchery and show celebrities including Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, Drew Barrymore, and Diana Ross. The collectable coffee table book will also include interviews with Clive Davis, Sandy Gallin, and Tom Ford. [Page Six]

Billionaire Women Hit All-Time High: Forbes’s most recent "World Billionaires" list, released Tuesday, includes a record number of females—172 to be exact, which is up from last year's 138. Those hailing from the fashion world include Miuccia Prada at $11.1 billion, Tory Burch at $1 billion, and L’Oreal’s Liliane Bettencourt at a whopping $34.5 billion. [Vogue UK]