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Condé Nast Promotes Allure Content Director Jessica Cruel to Editor in Chief

Jessica Cruel is Allure's next editor in chief. Courtesy
Jessica Cruel is Allure's next editor in chief. Courtesy

The editor succeeds Michelle Lee, who announced in June she was leaving the beauty magazine to join Netflix. Cruel has worked at Allure since 2019 and previously held roles at Refinery29, New York Magazine and other titles. She founded The Melanin Edit, an Allure subsection dedicated to Black beauty, that launched in April. Cruel begins her new role on Sept. 8.

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