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Teen Vogue's Back-to-School Issue Helps Teens Shop Smart
When it comes to making a statement, the first day of class is just about the most important day of the year. It's the perfect time to make the hallway your runway and show off a whole new look.
Teen Vogue editor Elaine Welteroth has picked out a few of her favorite products to help teens look and feel their best. Inspired by the hottest fashion and beauty trends, Elaine reveals the latest must-have items, all exclusively discounted for Teen Vogue Back-to-School Saturdays shoppers.
In 2012, Teen Vogue changed the retail shopping landscape with its introduction of Back-to-School Saturday. This year, Back-to-School Saturdays expands to a month long celebration, beginning with a kickoff event on Friday, August 8th, and a day of consumer activations on Saturday, August 9th, both at The Grove in Los Angeles. Shopping deals and incentives from August 8th through August 30th can be found on teenvogue.com/insider starting July 15th. Additionally, Simon Malls across the country will feature large-scale events, Teen Vogue fashion presentations, editor appearances, major musical performances, celebrity meet-and-greets, custom brand activations, and more. The presentations will not only clue consumers in to the must-have trends of the season, but also show girls how they can achieve the looks on their own with key brands and pieces.
About Elaine Welteroth
Elaine Welteroth is Teen Vogues beauty and health director. Prior to joining Teen Vogue in October 2012, Welteroth was the senior beauty editor at Glamour. She studied communications and journalism at California State University, Sacramento, before moving to New York City to pursue a career in publishing. As beauty and health director, Welteroth is responsible for bringing fresh beauty trends to life in the pages of Teen Vogue, on teenvogue.com, and on Teen Vogue's social media platforms.