A pre-paywall syllabus.
"Planned Parenthood was my only source of health care ... That's my story."
The 'New Yorker' offers a deft analysis of the fiercely independent dresser's penchant for the world's most uncomfortable clothes.
She refused to put a $50,000 sequined minidress in the magazine, despite "how magical Steven Meisel thinks it is."
"I have no plans to leave American 'Vogue' now or in the foreseeable future," she says.
In the 'New Yorker' profile of Jacobs, they talk like an adorable old married couple.