An Instagram tour through the life of Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth

Having been at the helm of a string of fashion magazines since the beginning of her career in 2008, newly minted Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth, it is no surprise, treats Instagram like her own little mini-magazine.

“The editor in me loves the challenge of creating a beautifully curated experience on Instagram,” she said. “I obsess over captions, and I’m weirdly meticulous about my grid. Storytelling is my passion, and it’s at the heart of why I love my job, so I can’t turn off those compulsions — even if it is just a silly little Instagram post.”

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