- RETURN POLICY ABUSER
- Joined in 2008
I think this is where I come down on it.
Had Conde Nast handled this properly, the team might have felt less repulsion to working under this new editor. Apparently many staff meetings were held after the appointment was publicly announced, including this person meeting and personally apologising for her tweets, but there doesn't seem to be any reports of how and/or if the team was consulted on whether this issue affected them before the final decision was made.
Businesses aren't democracies, but Teen Vogue isn't a normal business. It's a world famous magazine. You'd have thought someone might have thought to bring the issue up at an all-hands prior to the whole shitshow going down.