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Author Kathy Freston Makes Vanity Fair's 2009 International Best-Dressed List

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So you know you’re a big deal when your book convinces Oprah to give veganism a try. I mean let’s be honest: that’s golden. But landing on Vanity Fair’s 2009 International Best-Dressed List? OK, now you’re officially famous! 

Sharing the honor with stars like Penelope Cruz and Anne Hathaway, Quantum Wellness author Kathy Freston is proving that cruelty-free fashion is the way to be!

Here are some stats that Vanity Fair shared about the rockstar writer: 

Residences: Los Angeles and New York City.
Occupation: Writer.
Personal Style: “Cruelty-free (no fur or leather).”
Style Icon: Grace Kelly.
Favorite Fashion Purchase of 2009: “Four custom-made Peter Soronen shift dresses in gorgeous, happy colors; classically chic.”
Favorite Up-and-Coming Designer: JMary.
Luxury Boutique: Mameg, in Los Angeles.
Shoe Designer: Stella McCartney.
Vintage Store: Frock, in New York City.
Bargain-Hunting Locale: Target.
Watch: Cartier Roadster.
Cause: Animal protection.

Three cheers to Kathy for continuing to represent the cause in a fun, fresh and fashionable way. We think your tops!

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