"Book lovers never go to bed alone"
Many girls dream of being editor of Vogue. Here, Kirstie Clements, a girl from the wrong side of Sydney tells of her audacious beginnings on the reception desk at the grand magazine and her rise to reigning editor for more than a decade.
In May 2012 Kirstie Clements was unceremoniously sacked after thirteen years in the editors chair at Vogue Australia. Here she tells the story behind the headlines, and takes us behind the scenes of a fast-changing industry.
Kirstie Clements began working at Vogue in 1985, rising to editor in 1999, a position she held until 2012. She co-authored In Vogue, 50 Years of Australian Style, with Lee Tulloch. She was a columnist with Sunday Telegraph from 2010-2012 and a judge on Australia‘s Next Top Model. She is married with 17-year-old twin sons.
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