In his new memoir, out today, fashion-designer-turned multi-media-performer Isaac Mizrahi cites my 1990 profile of him in New York Magazine as a “career-making story …with a long expose-style interview.” At the time, I was told Mizrahi hated it because Harry Benson’s portrait of him on the cover was less than flattering. I’m glad he’s changed his mind. Mizrahi writes that at the time, Calvin Klein‘s in-house flack Paul Wilmot commiserated with him over the fact that the story “made clear that I was gay,” something Mizrahi never denied. “I was right,” Mizrahi writes. Read the profile here.