intriguing by the fact that Meltzer is the author of "How Sassy Changed My Life: A Love Letter to the Greatest Teen Magazine of All Time," a sometimes brutally honest look at the rise and fall of Sassy magazine, which was edited by Jane Pratt. Pratt, as you may remember, is also currently...

: "Real-time updates straight from Jane's cell phone". Fashionista's Luaren Sherman also got to sit down with Jane for more info on the whole project, and the below about the Tavi collaboration update. Pratt's site may be for everyone, but she has chosen to exclude something major in this...

First things first, Tavi doesn't actually have anything to do with xoJane.com. Instead, she's working on a teen-focused site which will launch (hopefully) later this year. Which means xoJane.com is loosely targeted to women familiar with Pratt's former brands (Janeand Sassy). This can also...

>> It sounds like the new teen magazine Tavi Gevinson and Jane Pratt are working on is going to have an online component as well — or may be entirely online — based on a job listing that just popped up on MediaBistro. The intro reads: "First came Sassy, then came Jane, now Janepratt.com is...

We cannot express how excited we were for the insurgence of grrl power and '90s-era goodness that was sure to come from the digital magazine that Tavi and Jane Pratt were working on together, but alas, the project is no longer in the works. According to WWD, Tavi has stepped back from the...

>> Last November , Tavi Gevinson announcedthat she was working with Jane Pratt on a magazine for teenage girls; now, it sounds like that is no longer the case. Gevinson had described her forthcoming online magazine, Rookie, in March as an offshoot of Pratt's website, xojane.com, which...

-media-mogul Tavi Gevinson couldn't get any cooler or more diversely creative, she goes and does a film. Yes, an actual FILM. And that's not all, folks, she sings in this thing too. Oh, and did we mention it's animated? Seriously, there's nothing this gal can't do. Aside from running her teen...

I'm confident that Tavi Gevinson, the teen fashblogging sensation will live up to her name and spirit in her upcoming book. The concept is rather new for the fashblogging writing / publishing style (as almost all bloggers who adventured in writing books did it in a "how to"-ish tone, thus...

There is a personal essay by democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, illustrated by Tali Lennox, and, in more traditional Teen Vogue style, an interview with teen model Kaia Gerber and her mother, Cindy Crawford. Tavi Gevinson on Teen Vogue's September issue | Photo: Inez and...

 

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