Vanity Fair Guy Must Retire to Summer Home After Intense Fashion Labor

Jamie Pallot, who has some job with Vanity Fair's website, is leaving the magazine voluntarily, because, as he tells Erik Maza, “There’s a summer house in Sagaponack that’s calling my name."

In the last year, Vanity Fair has taken on a number of labor-intensive digital projects that fell under Pallot’s watch, like the expansion of the International Best-Dressed List, which was opened up to take submissions from readers, an undertaking that involved significant logistical management.

Gosh that does sound labor-intensive. Fucker.

Erik Maza knows how to write a dry takedown piece, my friends.

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