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Teen Vogue editor and Anna Wintour protegé Amy Astley weighs in on her boss' new gig as Condé Nast's artistic director: "She's been a real mentor, and I think other editors will find that she can help them, too. She says what she thinks directly to your face and she's incisive. Those are all things that may be helpful, especially to editors who are unsure. She will always zero in on the best picture or the superfluous spread in a story." [WWD]