What’s really behind fashion’s — and women’s — love of concealing clothes?
And: a friend who drinks and drives; a roommate who doesn’t know how to wash dishes properly; and needless agonizing over a wedding toast.
There is a certain symmetry in the end of “Fashion Police” and the publication of “Joan Rivers Confidential,” a book of ephemera from her career.
An advertising designer with no formal training in photography, Ms. Thoren chased beauty with a camera using natural light and realistic settings.
A closeted gay woman didn’t know how to have platonic love with a man. Decades later, she wishes she had been brave enough to try.