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Dorian Grinspan

Editor-in-Chief of Out of Order magazine Dorian GrinspanEditor-in-Chief of Out of Order magazine Dorian Grinspan is based in Manhattan. Born in Paris and educated at Yale, this super-connected son of a prominent mergers-and-acquisitions lawyer is the godson of Numéro magazine founder Babeth Djian and counts Carine Roitfeld, the former editor of French Vogue, amongst his family’s friends. He started his magazine whilst “really, really bored” at university and interviewed Woody Allen in his debut issue. Grinspan claims not to understand Twitter but has over 9,300 followers on Instagram.

 

 

 

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    10 COMMENTS

    1. Dorian is just another trust fund kid then, put onto the ‘gravy-train’ by his rich parents. How many ‘ordinary’ kids would get an interview with Woody Allen, to jump start their magazine?

    2. You should get over yourself, David. Dorian is making the most of the world and contributing something useful and relevant. What have you contributed (other than negativity)?

    3. No, Dorian is a typical example of talentless nepotism, creeping into all areas of life now. Less talented, or talentless people, being given access to positions in the media etc, due entirely to their connections, rather than their ‘talent’.

    4. He is hardly leading a UN charity mission to Syria, but I suppose it keeps him busy. Probably the male equivalent of a rich daddy, buying his daughter a dress shop to keep her busy.

    5. Sarah
      Can you not use, “Get over yourself’ It’s another example of Americas buggering up our language. At the same time can we stop ‘celebrating’ this or that.
      I agree with David(who I think might be my twin) Dorian has the sort of smug, self satisfied that a good punch would sort out.

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