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Arianna Huffington, Amber Valletta to headline annual Harris Center talk at Harvard

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In previous years, the Harris Center at Massachusetts General Hospital has enlisted fashion gliteratti such as Diane von Furstenberg, Anna Wintour, Michael Kors, and Natalie Portman to bring attention to eating disorders. This year, the April 2 discussion, which is held at Harvard and open to the public (online registration is required) will feature internet magnate Arianna Huffington, actress-model Amber Valletta from the show “Revenge,” and Vogue Italia editor-in-chief Franca Sozzani. While Huffington is blessed with the gift of the gab, expect Sozzani, who has been outspoken on issues relating to the modeling industry – along with pretty much any other issue in fashion -- to steal the show. CHRISTOPHER MUTHER

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