Full Article Vestoj has edited the article from it's original form to remove details surrounding her firing (that it was quick, unannounced to her current editor or HR, etc.), but otherwise relatively intact. Some interesting quotes from the article to mull over and discuss: For this, I actually agree. I haven't read Vogue in years either. I'll flip through the editorials when I see interesting ones, but the articles have gotten so utterly bland and boring. Another terrible interview with Kim Kardashian-West *yawn*. Oh look, an blatheringly adoring review of Raf Simon's latest Calvin Klein collection. It's tone-deaf. I'd love actual, thoughtful critique of shows, clothes, and models. Vogue is so entrenched within the industry, it's hard to imagine they'd change. This I have a bit harder time with. I certainly don't live a Vogue-y kind of life. While I'm in the 1%, I don't buy the latest couture or must-have bag. But I do love the way it looks. I love the air of it, even if I'm not going to go do it. It's functional, living art. It's use is in the presentation of art.