Plus, more women accuse photographer Jonathan Leder of inappropriate behavior.
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A number of these actions were exposed by the "New York Times" on Wednesday.
Most recently, she was executive fashion director at "Vanity Fair."
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The glossy's Style Features Director has quite the media resume.
"This is my solid career advice for those starting out: Take anything that you can get."
She's transitioning into a "global consultant" role at the title.
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The new guard of editors are making themselves more accessible to staff than ever before.
The Hearst digital director will oversee content for both Glossier and Into the Gloss.
Working your way up the masthead in the magazine business was once a clear career path, but now things are a little more murky.
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The social-first platform is both a resource and a place for teens to express themselves.
Plus, someone's resting easy in a Louis Vuitton X Supreme casket.
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"Cosmopolitan," "Seventeen," "Redbook," "Woman's Day" and "Good Housekeeping" will share their print beauty, fashion and entertainment departments, starting in January.