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Editor in chief, Marie Claire
Anne Fulenwider has been editor-in-chief of Marie Claire since 2012. Under her tenure, the magazine has received several journalism awards, including the New York Press Club Journalism Award in crime reporting, the Excellence in Journalism award from the Society of Professional Journalists and Folio Magazine’s Editor of the Year Award. Prior to Marie Claire, the Harvard-educated Fulenwider served as a senior editor at Vanity Fair, where she launched the much-loved Fanfair section of the magazine, as well as a senior editor at The Paris Review, where she worked with George Plimpton on his Truman Capote biography. In the spirit of the magazine's upcoming gift guide, which celebrates the notion of “merit-shopping” — giving readers permission to spend on themselves during the holidays — scroll to see Fulenwider's favorite items on 1stdibs, from Eames chairs to Chanel earrings. More
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