2010 March 16
Anna Aces the SATs
(NEW YORK) Granted, it’s been a long time since you've taken a multiple-choice test. (Except you, Tavi.) But those who sharpened their No. 2 pencils to prepare for this weekend's SATs (the Scholastic Aptitude test, darlings—a college admissions exam), a familiar face jumped out among the analogies and vocabulary questions. A multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank question read: “Because her clothes are both inventive and lucrative, Anna Sui is truly a __ designer.” The designer was flooded with calls about her appearance on the standardized test---not the first time Sui’s name has been used in the quiz circuit. It has also served as answers in both the New York Times crossword puzzle and on an episode of Jeopardy!.
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