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Revered fashion glossy Love is undergoing some changes. For starters, Editor-in-chief Katie Grand launched her own personal Twitter last week, apart from Love's, which we assumed she was behind. Shortly thereafter, she hired herself some company at the top of Love's masthead. First, she gave ShowStudio's Alexander Fury the role of "editor" at the magazine, announcing that he would oversee both print and online. Today, it was announced that Lulu Kennedy, founder of Fashion East, a non-profit that supports emerging designers, would become Love's Editor at Large. WWD reports that Kennedy's first project will be scouting subjects for a Solve Sundsbo-lensed front-of-book portrait feature, for which, based on this tweet, Kennedy will be the first subject. Fury and deputy editor Isaac Lock will interview the subjects. So what does all of this mean?