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Editor-in-Chief Drew Elliott Leaves 'Paper' to Become Global Creative Director of MAC Cosmetics

Posted on October 11 2019

It's not uncommon for beauty brands to pull from the talent pools at magazines to bolster their own ranks. Editorial legend Linda Wells going on to hold a position at Revlon is perhaps the best-known example, but there have been many others making similar transitions in recent years ...

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