In 1993, The New Yorker accompanied WW to Westminster. Read an excerpt below.
THE TALK OF THE TOWN
A Breed Apart
by Jean Nathan
FEBRUARY 22, 1993
What matters to Wegman is the look in the dog's eyes. He didn't spot that look this year, and he wasn't at all surprised. Fay has a "deep beauty," he said, which reminds him of Catherine Deneuve, while Battina, Fay and Arco's winsome daughter, is "like a Lolita." He went on, "I can work with imperfection and charm," but the dogs, in competition didn't possess much of either for him. "They're basically like beauty queens at a beauty pageant."
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