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Elizabeth Wellington has been The Inquirer's fashion writer since December 2002. She believes that great fashion is for all people, not just the rich and wealthy. She has an eye for the new, the unusual and that which suits us all.
Author McMillan, in town Thursday, talks forgiveness, Twitter, "creepy crawlers."
Hanging out with author Terry McMillan is like chillin' with your worldly, slightly acerbic, super-chatty aunt. In the 1990s, she ushered in the era of black women's chick lit with her New York Times best-selling novel-turned-movie, Waiting to Exhale. The latest of the 61-year-old McMillan's eight tomes, Who Asked You?, was released Tuesday, launching her first book tour in three years.
Wednesday is the start of eight days of shopping, styling, and sipping, courtesy of some of our city's top fashion leaders, from the Giovanni & Pileggi salon to the new-school, fitted, menswear haunt Suitsupply.