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We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — so why not learn the rules when it comes to beauty? We wanted to find out the must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, Glamour‘s Cindi Leive gives us the scoop on the one product that keeps her five o’clock makeup shadow at bay.
It’s not every day that a magazine’s editor-in-chief throws a huge party to celebrate a new hire, but that was the case last night at the trendy No. 8 club in New York City’s Meatpacking District where Glamour‘s Cindi Leive held a bash for the mag’s new executive beauty director Ying Chu.
In yesterday’s New York Times, the paper presented irrefutable evidence that our culture is going to the dogs: women’s magazines have begun to use profanity. The horror! Or so they once thought.
Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive sat down with President Obama in July, and now, with the election just a few short weeks away, the interview is available online and in the pages of the November issue.
After yesterday’s reportthat President Obama had sat down for an interview with Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive for the mag’s November issue, the consensus around the fashion blogosphere was pretty much “good for Glamour!” and, well, that’s about it. To the online political media, however, it was another story all together.
Last night Condé Nast editors and execs stepped out of the gilded tower that is 4 Times Square to toast executive publishing director Bill Wackermann and his new book Flip the Script: How to Turn the Tables and Win in Business and Life. We talked to Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive about her winning philosophies and what we can expect to see from the glossy in the coming months.
Last night, before setting off for our second Black Keys concert in as many days, we stopped by Anna Wintour‘s least favorite restaurant, Miss Lily’s, for some pre-dinner drinks celebrating tonight’s premiere of NBC’s fashion-reality-competition show, Fashion Star. While there, we talked to Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive and celeb-cum-designer Nicole Richie about their experiences on the show.
The squeaky wheel really does get the grease. After asking its readers for their opinions about what role Photoshop should play in creating the images in magazines, the people at Glamour have decided to take a stand against overzealous retouching in the photos they publish.
Don’t believe the hype: fashion editors sitting in the front rows at major runway presentations aren’t out to get each other. Elle’s Robbie Myers and Glamour’s Cindi Leive told us last night at the Tommy Hilfiger show that their interactions are generally quite pleasant.
Anyone who thinks Glamour‘s talking iPad cover is slightly creepy would do well not to anything about it to the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Cindi Leive. As far as she’s concerned, it’s too cool for school.
We’ve been wondering for months what the fashion pages at Glamour would look like in new executive fashion director Anne Christensen‘s capable hands. The glossy’s editor-in-chief Cindi Leive told WWD that we should know by this March.
Whether fat or thin, September issues always make headlines — and this year Glamour, characterized as one of Conde Nast‘s most reliable cash cows in a Media Decoder post by Jeremy Peters, is looking a little healthier for its September 2010 issue.
Yesterday we wrote a post wondering whether or not Glamour had retouched its trio of bikini clad cover girls, also known as Victoria’s Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio, Sport’s Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Brooklyn Decker, and plus-size supermodel Crystal Renn. We e-mailed Glamour for comment after our post went up and now Glamour’s editor in chief Cindi Leive has responded.