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Elaine Welteroth Named New Editor-In-Chief of Teen Vogue and This Has #BlackGirlMagic All Over It

Author :  Julee Wilson

Elaine Welteroth has been named editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. Talk about a #BlackGirlMagic moment!

Welteroth, 29, who has served as the magazine’s Beauty and Health Director since October 2012, will replace the glossy’s founding editor Amy Astley as she exits to helmArchitectural Digest (another Conde Nast Publication title).

This exciting promotion also makes Welteroth the youngest person to be appointed to the title of editor-in-chief in Conde Nast history. And lest you believe she isn’t ready for such a loafty postion, just check her resume.

Beyond writing dope cover stories, editing awe-inspiring features, and managing some of the industry’s top editors, Welteroth has also served stints at some of the publishing world’s top magazines. Before landing at Teen Vogue, the California-native was Senior Beauty Editor at Glamour, and prior to that held the title of Beauty and Style Editor at Ebony.

n addition, beauty buffs and fashionistas alike are already very familiar with Welteroth’s soaring career and amazing social media presence. With nearly 50k Instagram followers and droves of fans awaiting her every move on Snapchat, Welteroth completely embodies the energy and spirit that has made Teen Vogue such a success.

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