Cindi Leive Is Leaving Glamour Magazine

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NEW YORK – After 16 years at the Condé Nast title, Cindi Leive is leaving Glamour magazine.

In a recent interview with the New York Times, Glamour‘s editor-in-chief Cindi Leive announced that she, too, is leaving the Condé Nast owned publication.

The Glamour team was notified earlier in the week that, after 16 years, Leive would be leaving the magazine at the end of this year.
Leive wouldn’t comment on where she was going next, but only promised she wasn’t going to take another media job or similar position; nor is she taking time to spend with family. “I adore my kids, but I’m not leaving to spend more time with my kids,” she told the Times.

Leive shocking departure makes her the fourth editor of a major magazine to vacate the role in the last week. Elle magazine‘s Editor-In-Chief Robbie Myers is out! After 17 years as the fashion magazine’s editor-in-chief, Myers is saying farewell (see it here). Her successor is Marie Claire’s creative director Nina Garcia (see it here). Graydon Carter stepped down from Vanity Fair and Nancy Gibbs exited Time.

Only time will tell where Leive would end up at. Is this the final end to the print era?

Photos Credit: Alex Welsh for The New York Times


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