How she got there, what she's learned and why she is upending things.

"Every day feels like: 'Don't mess this up,'" said Lindsay Peoples Wagner, the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue, this past spring. She was in her 25th-floor office at One World Trade Center, where the walls were lined with photographs and a publicist hovered.

This was not quite two years after she published an article in New York magazine called What It's Really Like to Be Black and Work in Fashion, in which she interviewed 100 black industry professionals at nearly every level and corner of the fashion business;

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