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British Vogue's editor Alexandra Shulman revealed more details about the mag's new venture Miss Vogue, a one-off insert slated to head out with the June issue. One key point to remember is that it won't be like America's Teen Vogue . She explained, "we'll be a little more eclectic and not so teen, maybe a little older than that. The idea is that it's the same kind of mix as the mother magazine, but targeted at a younger reader, with products more within their budget" (i.e. beauty products and the occasional Chanel jacket for aspirational purposes). [The Cut]