Good Riddance to ‘Teen Vogue’

Just a little more than year ago, Teen Vogue, little sister to the grown-up fashion magazine Vogue, got woke—to wild cheering from the rest of the media. Under a brand-new editor, Elaine Welteroth, then aged twenty-nine, Teen Vogue started to add to its mix of celebrity gossip and style and makeup tips for adolescent girls … Continued


Want to Empower Teen Girls? Stop Feeding Them Partisan Nonsense

The latest issue of Teen Vogue is full of content typically found in women’s magazines—beauty tips, the latest fashion trends, celebrity interviews. But the Teen Vogue website includes some additional content that seems out of place among the advice on lipstick: a “scorched-earth op-ed” with the headline, “Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America.” In the piece, … Continued


The Anti-Airbrush

We heard news last week of the latest push by teens to have something novel reflected in their fashion and lifestyle magazines: reality. Two girls from the New York metropolitan area, Emma Stydahar and Carina Cruz , spoke out against Teen Vogue, asking them to “pledge not to alter body or face size in your … Continued