Wake up. Instantly check Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. It’s a pattern that our generation goes through every morning. It’s no secret how much social media has taken over our lives and how addictive it can be. Although these media sites may be looked down upon at times, they’re a great way to stay connected to friends and what you’re passionate about.
In the cutthroat magazine industry, it’s important to stay constantly updated. With social media, especially Twitter, it makes it even easier to stay connected and up-to-date on the latest fashion trends, gossip, sports team, or news story. A great way to do this is by following individual editors. Here are 15 we recommend.
Eva Chen: @evachen212. The recently appointed Editor-in-Chief of Lucky.
Nic Screws: @nixcruz. Fashion editor at Esquire.
Amy Astley: @AmyTAstley. Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue.
Will Kahn: @MrWillKahn. Accessories director at Town & Country. (His tweets are hilarious!)
Anne Fulenwider: @AnneFulenwider. Editor-In-Chief of Marie Claire.
Katie Connor: @katielcon. Deputy editor of fashion and entertainment at Cosmopolitan magazine. (A deputy editor assists the EIC in preparing the magazine.)
Jasmine Snow: @jassnow. Accessories director at Seventeen.
Cindi Leive: @cindi_leive. EIC at Glamour.
Jane Keltner de Valle: @JaneKeltnerdeV. Jane is the senior fashion news director at Teen Vogue.
Joe Zee: @mrjoezee. Joe Zee is the creative director of Elle.
Nina Garcia: @ninagarcia. We all love the Project Runway judge Nina Garcia, who is the creative director at Marie Claire.
Rickie De Sole: @RDSVogue. Senior accessories editor at Vogue.
You can also follow the Twitter accounts of actual magazines and magazine companies, like @CondeNastCorp and @HearstCorp, who Tweet about every magazine they own. So get on your Twitter and follow some new accounts. You never know who could be your next boss!