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    Brooke Shields at Home in New York

    In the family room, portraits of Shields alone and with her children, including images by Robert Mapplethorpe and Annie Leibovitz, are propped alongside works by Richard Avedon, Adam Fuss, and others.
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      Brooke Shields at Home in New York : Architectural Digest. Photo caption: "In the family room, portraits of Shields alone and with her children, including images by Robert Mapplethorpe and Annie Leibovitz, are propped alongside works by Richard Avedon, Adam Fuss, and others." Text by Judith Thurman. Photography by William Waldron.

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