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DuJour Magazine Summer Issue Celebrates Julianne Moore Cover
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 10: (L-R) Stylist Phillip Bloch, Jason Binn, CEO/Founder of DuJour Media, Nicole Vecchiarelli, Co-Editor in chief at DuJour Media, Keith Pollock, Co-Editor in chief at DuJour Media, actress Julianne Moore, Jason Binn, CEO/Founder of DuJour Media and Cindy Lewis, Executive VP of DuJour Media attend DuJour Magazine Summer Issue celebrating the Julianne Moore cover on June 10, 2013 at Marlin Bar at Tommy Bahama in New York City. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for DuJour Magazine)
10 Jun 2013
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