Teen Vogue has named a new executive editor after Alexi McCammond was ousted last month following employee backlash over a series of racist tweets she posted as a teenager. Danielle Kwateng, a current Teen Vogue employee, was announced on Wednesday as the publication’s
The outgoing editor of Teen Vogue who was set to be replaced by Alexi McCammond warned Condé Nast and former staff about her racist tweets, a new report claims. McCammond, 27, was announced as Lindsay Peoples Wagner’s replacement as editor in chief
Prince Harry’s new right-on boss today revealed they spent months ‘crafting’ his first job together and praised his new royal employee’s ‘natural chemistry and synergy’ with an app branded a life coaching Tinder for millennials said to be worth up to $1.7billion.