Leive at Bocca Lupo. The bedlam of Fashion Week, which drew to a close last night, disrupts plenty of schedules. Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive is not immune: "I know I'm not going to be sleeping that much all week," she says, "so...Show More Summary
The week's biggest night of parties started off quietly enough, with Barneys celebrating photographer duo Inez and Vinoodh's new jewelry collection, fragrance, and book. Across town, Glamour's Cindi Leive hosted a dinner for the magazine's latest cover girl, Kerry Washington, with guests like Jason Wu and Tory Burch. But then... More »
Kerry Washington covers the October issue of Glamour magazine, where the "Scandal" star discusses her style evolution and crisis management. Within her interview with editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, she explains her "no discussing personal...Show More Summary
In the latest edition of The Atlantic Wire’s “Media Diet” series, Cindi Leive — the editor-in-chief of Glamour for the past 12 years — discusses what she reads, and The New York Times emerges as the clear favorite. Leive says she peruses...Show More Summary
Leah Chernikoff has put together a fun breakdown about what goes into to the critical annual September issue of Glamour. EIC Cindi Leive tells the Fashionista editorial director that work begins on the issue pretty much right after September of the previous year. Show More Summary
On Friday’s “CBS This Morning,” Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell were joined by journalist Benjamin Schwarz and Glamour editor Cindi Leive. The topic: where have all the charming men gone? While there was no clear answer,...Show More Summary
Glamour's 56th annual Top 10 College Women competition meet with influential innovators such as Jessica Williams, Wendy Kopp, and Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive for an inspiring time. The winners are the coolest women on campusShow More Summary
Taking care of some pre-Mother’s Day duties, Jennifer Lopez showed up at the United Nations Foundation’s “Mom + Social” event in New York City last night (May 8). Joined by her sister Lynda Lopez and Cindi Leive, the “Waiting for Tonight” songstress seemed to be having a blast as she chatted with fans at the 92Y Tribeca venue. In career news, J. Show More Summary
From my own two mothers, I learned that working in an office, a laboratory, or the home has little to do with how good a mother you are -- that comes from the love you share. And yes, putting dinner on the table is a way of expressing that.
Cindi Leive has added four new members to Glamour’s features department. Below are the highlights. Sophia Banay Moura has been named deputy editor, articles. Moura comes to Glamour from Marie Claire, where she most recently served as features editor. Genevieve Roth has joined Glamour as its special projects director. Show More Summary
I know everyone was all hung up on Anne Hathaway's nipples the moment she hit the Oscars 2013 red carpet, but me? I was mesmerized by her Cindi Leive hair. Yup, Anne's hair made her pretty much look like the spitting image of Glamour's own Editor in Chief, the lovely Cindi Lieve. Show More Summary
According to New York magazine blog The Cut, Glamour magazine hosted a cat party for New York fashion week: "Respect the cat!" Glamour editor Cindi Leive crooned. "Seriously. Cats are not a trend, they are a permanent aspect of...
At last night's party honoring Jason Wu's inaugural gown, hosted by Glamour's Cindi Leive, guests were already taking precautions against potential flu-spreading. Wu himself forced everyone in his office to get vaccinated this year. "I made them, and no one has gotten sick! Knock on wood," he said. Meanwhile, Bergdorf ... More »
Harry Brant was late to Cindi Leive's dinner party for Jason Wu at the Beatrice Inn last night. His mom, Stephanie Seymour — the star of Wu's spring 2013 campaign— had already been there for hours before he arrived. "I was at the premiere for the Rooney Mara movie," said ... More »
Last night at the Beatrice Inn, Glamour's Cindi Leive hosted a small group of editors, models, and other fashionable friends to celebrate Jason Wu's second inaugural gown for Michelle Obama. Newly minted T magazine editor Deborah Needleman came straight from her office, where she had just seen the very first copy ... More »
Cindi Leive, Glamour magazine's editor-in-chief, is revamping the 73-year-old monthly, souping it up with advertiser-loving beauty and fashion pages, amplified visuals and first person narratives.
“Certain words have gone from being shocking to being neutered,” says Glamour editor in chief Cindi Leive, who has embraced the printing of “vulgar words” on her magazine’s cover since November of 2011. Ms. Leive is one of several women’s magazine editors who believe “magazines are catching up with other media, where women have been [...]Show More Summary
In November of 2011, Cindi Leive, editor in chief of Glamour magazine, wrote the coverline "12 Ways to Get Your Sht Together." Then for the September 2012 issue, there was a coverline "Sht Girls Say About Clothes." Yes, in both cases, the "i" in "shit" was an asterisk, but still. It should have been a pearl-clutching moment: A four letter word, on a magazine for ladies? More »
Cindi Leive on the changes at Glamour: “Magazines have to be fast-swimming sharks these days.” (slanthere.com) You can hear some of the biggest names in nonfiction on Longform Podcast. (fastcocreate.com) For Washington reporters, “the fiscal cliff is like a bad blues cliché come to life.” (buzzfeed.com) How 12 newspapers covered 12-12-12 … Read More
With 5.5 million monthly uniques and five million followers on social media, Glamour.com is the largest web property out of Conde Nast’s women’s magazines. But Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, along with Digital Managing Director...Show More Summary