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André Leon Talley Talks Possible Eviction, Pay Inequality On ‘Tamron’

André Leon Talley is getting candid. To promote the upcoming paperback version of his 2020 novel, ‘The Chiffon Trenches,’ he appeared on the ‘Tamron Hall Show.’ However, the discussion turned toward his possible eviction and the pay inequality he alleges occurs at Vogue. More details below…. Talley has been engaged...
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Andre Leon Talley claims Vogue has 'double standards' regarding pay

Andre Leon Talley has claimed there were "double standards" when it came to pay at Vogue. The former US Vogue editor-at-large has suggested that being Black in America is to blame for the disparity in wages between himself and the pay of "high rate fashion editors" at the iconic fashion bible, who he was told "made close to a million dollars".
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André Leon Talley Unleashes 'Vogue' Salary Truth Bombs in TV Interview

André Leon Talley is never one to sugar coat things when it comes to TV interviews, and his latest one with Tamron Hall is no exception. He revealed that he recently found out from "someone of authority" that the women fashion editors who worked with him there were making almost $1 million while his salary was only $300,000. "They don't make that anymore, but this is what comes when you live in America, when you're a black person, you have to wake up and you know there's a double standard," he said. (His highest title at the publication was Creative Director when he first worked there in the '80s and '90s.) Tamron Hall noted that they were not able to verify those numbers at the time of the interview.
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Andre Leon Talley: Top Vogue Fashion Editors Made $900K A Year

In a revealing interview with Tamron Hall, Andre Leon Talley dished on what editors at the top of the Vogue masthead once took home in their pay check. Talley, who served at the magazine from 1983-1995, alleged that some of his peers were making almost $1 million a year. By contrast, the 72-year-old said he “didn’t make much money” while adding that his salary was circa $300K.
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André Leon Talley to Be Honored With the Order of Arts and Letters

André Leon Talley is being honored with the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. The former creative director at Vogue and author was notified by mail by France’s minister of culture Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin. In an interview Monday, Talley said he was “totally surprised” by the honor and had no idea he was in the running. “Listen. It was the best day of my life. I say that with sincerity to be a commanding officer of the de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France, and to be recognized by the Republic of France is a great honor.”
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André Leon Talley asks GoFundMe donations for housing battle be returned

André Leon Talley is not seeking financial assistance via GoFundMe as he battles to keep the Westchester mansion he’s called home since 2004. Designer Akeem Smith created a GoFundMe to help Talley raise $500,000, the amount ex-Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus claims Talley owes in back rent. The page accumulated...
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Fashion editor André Leon Talley fights eviction from mansion

The former Vogue editor-at-large thanked his supporters on Wednesday via Instagram while steeped in a fight to remain in his colonial mansion in Westchester. One-of-a-kind fashion personality and former Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley thanked his supporters on Wednesday via Instagram while steeped in a bizarre fight to remain in his mansion in Westchester, the New York Post reported.
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André Leon Talley thanks supporters amid eviction battle

André Leon Talley sent a heartfelt thank you to his supporters on Wednesday as he fights eviction from his Westchester mansion. “I cannot thank you all enough for your outpouring of love and concern. I am healthy in mind and spirit and am quite grateful for the many messages from dear friends and extended community,” he wrote on Instagram.
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André Leon Talley Eviction Battle Continues, GoFundMe Effort Ended

MI CASA ES SU CASA: While the legal battle between André Leon Talley and George Malkemus has moved into the discovery stage, a GoFundMe page that had been set up to try to raise $515,872 for Talley has been suspended. The effort had generated $9,645. The organizer of the fundraising,...
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What’s This About André Leon Talley Maybe Being Evicted?

Last Sunday, the New York Post revealed that André Leon Talley is facing potential eviction from the White Plains, New York, home where he has resided since 2004. The former Vogue creative director and editor-at-large has been accused of owing its owners more than $500,000. As the New York Times pointed out, it’s a messy situation, to say the least, that highlights the fine line between work and friendship as well as the issue of gifting as currency in the fashion industry. Yesterday, the stylist Akeem Smith launched a GoFundMe to help the former editor pay the $500,000, and it spread quickly over social media. Here’s what we know so far about Talley’s ongoing eviction battle.
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André Leon Talley Faces Eviction From New York Home

The former ‘Vogue’ editor is embroiled in a lawsuit alleging he owes over $500,000 USD in rent. André Leon Talley, former Vogue editor-at-large, is facing eviction from the White Plains home he has inhabited since 2004. The fashion journalist, now the subject of a lawsuit first reported on by The New York Post, allegedly owes over $500,000 USD in rent to the owners of the 11-room house, former Manolo Blahnik executive George Malkemus and his business partner and husband, Anthony Yurgaitis.