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. 



8 comments:

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

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  2. High star to her.



    ~glo rule your world~ cos I do•

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

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