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Elaine Welteroth

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Editor for Teen Vogue

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Teen Vogue is a magazine traditionally associated with stories about makeup, fashion and lifestyle for young women.

Teen Vogue finds its political voice

Teen Vogue is a magazine traditionally associated with stories about makeup, fashion and lifestyle for young women.

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