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Our Racked National Editor Is Moving On

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Racked is no longer publishing. Thank you to everyone who read our work over the years. The archives will remain available here; for new stories, head over to Vox.com, where our staff is covering consumer culture for The Goods by Vox. You can also see what we’re up to by signing up here.

True story. Eighteen months, three Fashion Weeks, 2000 blog posts, and one epic Royal Baby liveblog later, today is my official last day at Racked.

Izzy Grinspan, Leslie Price, and Danica Lo are the very talented editors who cultivated Racked from its conception, insisting on smart, funny, no-bullshit content from day one. Lockhart Steele is the visionary who got this whole crazy thing going. Kenzie Bryant is the wildly talented writer who keeps all of us laughing, even on the longest of days. (She is also the one responsible for the majority of the funny jokes you will find here, for the record.) Thanks to all of them for making this an incredible experience.

And thanks especially to you, the readers, for tuning in and for sharing your thoughtful, intelligent (and usually civil) comments with us. We love you guys.

Leslie Price—who founded the original Racked nearly five years ago—will be officially taking the reigns as Racked National's editor on Monday. Lock once told me that Leslie counts among the most talented people he's ever worked with. After working with her myself for the past year and a half, I can attest that that has certainly been my experience as well. So watch this space, everyone—there are great things to come.