At the end of Jonathan Van Meter's interview, he mentioned one of Clinton's friends, Dan Baer.
Baer was described as an interior designer in the print version of the article, when in actuality he serves as deputy assistant secretary for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor at the State Department. The online version reflects Baer's accurate title, as does a correction in Vogue's most recent issue.
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Chelsea wore a tie-dye shirt, light-wash jeans, and sneakers while riding her bike on the grounds of the Governor's mansion.
While vacationing in Martha's Vineyard, Chelsea looked summery in a white t-shirt tucked into light-wash denim shorts and black low-top Converse sneakers.
During a dress rehearsal for the Washington Ballet's production of "The Nutcracker," the first daughter wore a pink, rose-embellished bodice with a white tutu.
Clinton wore a lavender twin set with a black pencil skirt and black heels for a flight on Air Force One.
Chelsea wore a brown and red sheer shirt and faded skinny jeans to Lydia Hearst's birthday party. She carried a black, studded bag on her shoulder.
Chelsea wore a black and white tweed skirt suit to the opening night reception of the Clinton Global Initiative at the Museum Of Modern Art. She accessorized with a pearl necklace and silver wristwatch.
Glittering at the American Patrons of the Tate Artists Dinner in New York
Speaking in Pennsylvania for her mother's campaign, Chelsea wore a black polo shirt under a black single-button jacket, medium-wash jeans, and black patent leather shoes.
In Puerto Rico, Chelsea wore a beige and white houndstooth print jacket, dark-wash denim, and purple patent leather shoes for an extra pop of color.
At the Kentucky Derby, Chelsea was luminous in periwinkle blue. She matched her ruched dress to her cardigan and wide-brimmed hat.
At DKMS' 3rd Annual Star-Studded Gala, the former first daughter wore a black sleeveless shirt, black tulle skirt, opaque tights, and black patent leather shoes.
For her wedding to Marc Mezvinsky, Chelsea donned a strapless silk organza Vera Wang dress with an embellished belt.
At 7th Annual Common Sense Media Awards honoring her father, Chelsea opted for a ladylike skirt and sweater with layered necklaces and sheer tights.
Chelsea stunned in a red gown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual Costume Institute Gala.
At a Clinton Foundation event in London, Chelsea posed with her dad in a purple cowl-neck mini dress.