Friday, March 02, 2007

Today the public’s alternate fascination and disgust with celebrities continues to escalate with the spotlight on uninhibited baronesses and teen divas gone bad. Edie Sedgwick was a classy, well-bred young woman who became the muse for the fashion world, the literati and Andy Warhol’s Factory crowd. Many remember her as the celebrity who set the standard for what it meant to be the “It” girl. Produced by Dan Kramer.


Dan Kramer

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