Kate Betts

Kate Betts (born March 8, 1964) is an American fashion journalist. Currently she is a contributing editor at ''Time'' and ''The Daily Beast'', among other freelance writing positions, and reporting on fashion for CNN. She lives in New York with her family.

She began her career at Fairchild Publications' European office in Paris. During the 1990s she became a senior editor at American ''Vogue'', where she was considered the likely successor to Anna Wintour as editor-in-chief. She later became the editor of ''Harper's Bazaar'' instead, one of the youngest editors of a fashion magazine ever, for two years. In 2011, her book ''Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style'' was published by Clarkson Potter. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Betts, Kate, 1964-
Published 2016
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by Betts, Kate, 1964-
Published 2015
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by Betts, Kate, 1964-
Published 2011
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by Betts, Kate, 1964-
Published 2015
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Published 2017
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Published 2010
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