Elaine Welteroth, Teenager Trend’S Refashionista

The previous day she appeared on ‘‘The Daily Show’’ about Teen Vogue’s new socially conscious bent.
Like the teen magazines before it, Teen Vogue tells its readers what they should look like and what they should wear.
‘‘So Phase 2 of Teen Vogue’s evolution is activating this audience that we’ve galvanized.
The teen magazine landscape looked especially bleak: There was only one other mainstream title (Seventeen), and Teen Vogue itself would go to four issues, from nine, later that year.
The articles in Teen Vogue are short on substance but fun — lively and breezy, often with a big-sister tone.

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