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After Robbie Myer's Exit, Nina Garcia Is Taking The Reigns At Elle

After historic exits by Alexandra Shulman at British Vogue and Graydon Carter at Vanity Fair, it was announced Monday that Robbie Myers would be departing Elle after serving as the magazine's editor-in-chief for 17 years. And on Tuesday, her replacement was announced: Nina Garcia, of Marie Claire and Project Runway fame, will take over the magazine. Garcia previously served as Elle's fashion director from 2000 - 2008. She ended her note with news that she'll still frequent Hearst Tower; she'll be working on projects with Hearst president David Carey, "bringing new ideas about where fashion, retail, and most importantly women, are heading in this transformational moment in history, and I’ll be speaking on behalf of those women, and Hearst, in the fall," she said.
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