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'Style Rookie' Tavi Gevinson Plays Not My Job

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Tavi Gevinson's fashion blog, The Style Rookie, is a must-see Web destination. She's been invited to runway shows all over the world and has written for and been profiled in magazines like The New Yorker and French Vogue. Oh, and by the way, she started blogging at age 11 ... which was four years ago. Gevinson has now launched a new Web magazine, RookieMag.com.

Gevinson is an expert in all the things people of her generation love — fashion, pop culture, irony, living off their parents. But what do she know about old people? We ask her three questions about the tastes of the elderly.

Originally broadcast Oct. 1, 2011.

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