Must Read: Front Rows Are Still Lacking in Racial Diversity, 'Vogue' to Launch an Exclusive Membership Club in 2019
Plus, Shonda Rhimes taps former "Elle"'s Robbie Myers to oversee her website.
How 2017's Top-Level Editorial Changes Will Affect the Future of Fashion Publishing
"More legacy media companies should take notice and hire young, non-white, non-male or cisgender people at the top."
Robbie Myers Will Step Down as Editor-in-Chief of 'Elle'
She's held the title for 17 years.
7 Easy Pieces of Information We Learned From Donna Karan's Talk at Hearst
The American designer spoke with Elle Editor-in-Chief Robbie Myers to celebrate her debut memoir, 'My Journey.'
Patrick McMullan Likes Selfies, Prefers to #Latergram
And he's a stickler for correct spelling on Instagram posts.
10 Surprising Pieces of Career Advice from the Editors of 'Elle,' 'InStyle' and 'Teen Vogue'
That cover letter you wrote? Don't bother sending it.
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Come Hear Ariel Foxman, Robbie Myers and Amy Astley at Our NYC Conference on June 27th
They'll be sharing their tips and tricks for moving up in the magazine industry.
Elle Starts Filling the Holes in its Masthead, Announces New Hires
With the departure of a huge chunk of Elle.com's team this spring, followed by the departure of accessories editors Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, and then Style Director Kate Lanphear, there's no question that Elle EIC Robbie Myers has had a lot of holes to fill in the magazine's masthead. And that's just what she's doing. According to a press release we received from Hearst, Myers has made two new editorial hires, effective immediately.
Shailene Woodley Wants You To Stop Caring About Her Five-Finger Shoes
As I approached the Elle team (featuring Joe Zee and EIC Robbie Myers) front row at the Jason Wu show to ask them some questions, none other than Shailene Woodley plopped down in the empty seat next to Zee. In an unassuming (yet totally chic) sweater and skinny pants, she started chatting with Elle about how comfortable her shoes were. And no, they were not those five-toed shoes that made headlines after she wore them to an after party post-Golden Globes--they were sky-high Jason Wu's, of course. She was shockingly not swarmed by photogs, so I loitered around until she finished her conversation and took the opportunity to ask her about those shoes, her Oscar dress, and what she's been learning at fashion week.
Why Are There So Many Scorpios in Fashion? We Ask Astrologer Susan Miller to Explain
Could your astrological sign make you suited to a career in fashion?