Tuesday, 24 May 2016

Black girl becomes the Editor in chief of teen Vogue woohooo...

Elaine Welteroth  who made headlines when she became Teen Vogue’s first African-American beauty director, has been made the title’s new editor-in-chief.
She will be the youngest editor in Condé Nast’’s 107-year history. She is also the second black woman named to head a magazine at the company; Keija Minor has been at the helm of Brides magazine since 2012.
Congrats girl. Dream job. 


  1. Sure it will come..just patience lau lau and stop disappearing on us laura

  2. High star to her.

    ~glo rule your world~ cos I do•

  3. Dream job??? When you are too lazy to handle your blog. Better wake up from that dream else you become more active