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EXCLUSIVE: The Women Behind The New Bustle On Reinventing "Women's Media"

Bustle, a three-year old website for millennial women, now has 50 million monthly readers. Here's why they completely redesigned it. Bustle, a three-year old website for millennial women, now has 50 million monthly readers. Here's why they completely redesigned it. At Bustle's Chelsea office in Manhattan, the two women at the heart of the website's overhaul—creative director Isla Murray and senior engineer Zahra Jabini—are sitting together in the design room.
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