"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
"I love seeing articles about the search for the perfect makeup remover next to essays about running for office," Clinton wrote in her editor's letter.
She had previously served as Editor in conjunction with Creative Director Marie Suter and Digital Editorial Director Phillip Picardi.
Plus, Vince's founders have exited the company for the second time in recent history.
The founding editor-in-chief of 'Teen Vogue' will be replaced by Elaine Welteroth, formerly the magazine's beauty and health director.
We chatted with Welteroth about those early backstage call times, scouting models of color and how she covers NYFW.
The crème de la crème of show-goer style.
Street style stars sensed jacket weather and answered the call.
The 'Teen Vogue' Beauty and Health Director spoke with activist Bethann Hardison about her career, race and the unexpected success of her August 2015 cover spotlighting models of color.
The magazine is betting that if you don't know their names now, you will soon.
They pretty much see it all, so we'd listen up.
It's Day 6 of New York fashion week (can you believe it?), and the street style just keeps on coming! Today, our camera caught up with Lucky's new leading lady Eva Chen (looking perfect in Prada), as well as Teen Vogue's Elaine Welteroth--who deserves an award based on hair alone. Click through to see who else we captured looking fly outside the shows in NYC today.
Click through to find out which products are really worth it.
Psst...here's a little secret. I have very curly hair. Yet after 10 years of straightening treatments, blowouts, etc., no one seems to believe me. Of course, that's my own fault. I gave up on my curls. But you don't have to. It's never been easier to keep curly hair bouncy and frizz-free. I quizzed four fashion insiders—three with naturally curly hair, one with a (super cute) perm—on why they love their curly hair, and how they style it.
This Saturday, I found myself among the hordes of well-dressed 16-24 year-olds at Teen Vogue's annual Fashion University event in Midtown Manhattan, where industry VIPS like as Grace Coddington, BryanBoy, Amy Astley and more, dropped their infinite fashion knowledge on us. Competition for seats was fierce. Girls and boys from all over the world rushed and crushed into seats like their careers depended on it. And after everything I learned this weekend, maybe our careers did depend on it. From working a part-time job at Starbucks, to online etiquette, to taking the time to enjoy just being a kid, here are the top 10 lessons I learned about how to land my fashion dream job.
Wondering who would end up replacing Eva Chen at Teen Vogue? It's Glamour's Elaine Welteroth, who was nice enough to tell us all about how she landed the ultimate dream job, what her new role will entail, the advice Eva Chen gave her, and her thoughts on diversity in the magazine industry