Fashionista Gets Not One, But Two Editors-In-Chief

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After flipping (or sometimes clicking!) to the masthead of our favorite publications, we've never seen the editor-in-chief title doled out more than once. Until now, that is. It looks like there are two new sheriffs in town over at Fashionista: Lauren Indvik and Stephanie Trong.
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Both ladies come from impressive backgrounds, with Indvik covering retail, media, and technology at Mashable, and Trong holding high positions at Jane, Nylon, and Lucky. Fashionista is definitely a big enough site to keep both of them busy — the weblog garners 1.3 million unique monthly visitors and 8.4 million page views on average. We’ll be visiting the site on the daily to see what this new power team will bring to the table. We're predicting many coordinated outfits come Fashion Week...
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