Working With Teen Vogue: Diversity At Its Best

Since 2003, Teen Vogue has made a name for itself as the sister publication to Vogue, 124 years old and going strong. While Vogue tends to hire less diversely, its younger counterpart is dedicated to providing its readers with an experience that draws the reader in, connecting to the idea that different sizes, shapes and looks are beautiful. If your look falls outside the cookie-cutter commercial vibe or if you are a plus size model, your chances of landing the pages of this publication are much better here than other large magazines. At least, in this regard.

As usual, part of getting into a magazine as massive as this one requires connections with the right agency. Taking the time to find the one that is right for you and books steady work with these heavy-hitting publications is key to getting the kind of work that you want.

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