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Stacy London: Dangerous To Call Style Superficial

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Stacy London is known for giving people life-changing makeovers on the hit TV show What Not To Wear. Now, she's out with a new book, The Truth About Style. Besides writing about why people should dress well, London talks about her struggle with self-esteem and how she found refuge in fashion. She speaks with guest host Celeste Headlee.
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