Marie Claire’s Anne Fulenwider: ‘Women’s issues have always been at the forefront’

On Tuesday night, Marie Claire editor in chief Anne Fulenwider is hosting the magazine’s second Image Makers Awards, a night in Los Angeles that honors the behind-the-scenes talent of makeup artists, stylists and more. This year’s event at Catch LA will build upon the first, inviting more guests and celebrity presenters, including Jennifer Aniston and Cindy Crawford.

“I would come back from photoshoots and realized that, just through conversations with that universe, I learned a lot,” said Fulenwider. “These were hubs of information that our readers would love.

To read the rest of this story, please visit Glossy.

https://digiday.com/?p=216690

More in Media

How much can states regulate social media? The Supreme Court hears cases for and against

The U.S. Supreme Court addressed separate cases about a similar question: Can states limit social media companies moderation?

Media buyers weigh the sledgehammer or the scalpel approach to MFA classification 

MFAs carry a loose definition and media buyers are split on how to go about removing them from their clients’ programmatic budgets.

Why media companies are pushing podcasts at SXSW ‘Trojan-horse style’

Some media companies are putting the spotlight on their podcasts at SXSW this year in a bid to land business from new advertisers.