Elaine Welteroth - “More Than Enough” and Transforming Teen Vogue for the Trump Era | The Daily Show

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  • Published on:  Monday, July 1, 2019
  • Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Elaine Welteroth lays out her goal of helping young girls be confident in sharing their voices with the world.

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  • Darren Tobias

    Darren Tobias

     1 months ago

    That there is the most beautiful black women I've seen in 48 years of life.

  • Z AG

    Z AG

     2 months ago +1

    I truly detested Teen Vogue until she became editor. I remember reading an article in the grocery store when I was 10, and it was about what I should or shouldn't dress, then another about boys and how to win them over, and another on hairstyles but everyone had straight hair. I always felt that it was stupid because it did not inform, inspire, or encourage me. I am so grateful to see how it has changed and the impact it has made.

  • Chuks Olufemi

    Chuks Olufemi

     2 months ago

    Is she on CRACK 😂 😂



     2 months ago

    Man- how you became so popular Trevor?

    Trevor- only by mocking Trump.

    Man- seriously? Can you tell me how North Korean president has become friendly to other countries?

    Trevor- sorry I can't tell. I only get paid by mocking Trump.

  • Pap Smear

    Pap Smear

     2 months ago

    Brilliant and just so fucking beautiful.

  • Ally A

    Ally A

     2 months ago +1

    I was cursed out on Instagram for supporting Teen Vogue's inclusion of more diverse topics. Apparently, some Generation-Z disagrees because it's not fun anymore and it's 'stuck up' to talk about what you believe in.

  • Trish Truitt

    Trish Truitt

     2 months ago +21

    Oh so SHE's the one responsible for me saying "Whoa, Teen Vogue, somehow posted something interesting and meaningful". Good job!

  • Saimazing Life

    Saimazing Life

     2 months ago

    Was the makeup artist that usually does extra on the female guest out that day or did this guest out her foot down and say NO or just do her makeup herself.
    On another note, has anyone ever catch Tr voir Noah flirting or showing physical attraction for a guest? Curious to see how he flirts lol

  • Persiansweetcat1


     2 months ago +2

    intelligent, accomplished, classy, socially active and beautiful.... Well done Elaine!!!!

  • Persiansweetcat1


     2 months ago

    That hair... WOW

  • Nele


     2 months ago

    No mentions of Trumps historical visit to North Korea. Dissapointing of you Trevor Noah, i knew you are for the democrats,but i didnt knos you are a dirty player.

  • Bentley Brewster

    Bentley Brewster

     2 months ago +4

    She reminds me of supermodel Beverly Johnson and those high cheekbones are to die for!

  • Meena J

    Meena J

     2 months ago +1

    She’s so wonderful 🙌🏿🙌🏿💖💖😩

  • Brian Williams

    Brian Williams

     2 months ago


  • sammygirl6910


     2 months ago +1

    She's the 🐐.

  • passerau


     2 months ago

    TeenVogue seriously??? I didn't know this magazine exist. So what's next? toddlerVogue or babyVogue. I really think that as a society we need to set some boundaries, for the sake of of youngsters and children I think it'is a bridge too far for me.

  • Annabelle B

    Annabelle B

     2 months ago +8

    Who exactly thumbed down this video? Some people are just a waste of protoplasm.

  • Danny Heijt

    Danny Heijt

     2 months ago

    Dayum she looks scary😂

  • Benedicta Apuri

    Benedicta Apuri

     2 months ago

    So inspiring

  • Michael Hobbs

    Michael Hobbs

     2 months ago +1

    The issue is not about using a magazine to help women with “confidence”.

    Rather it’s about recognizing that “confidence” does not actually exist.

    Because it’s simply, easily and naturally a thought pattern or a way of thinking about yourself.

    Which means it’s all about self talk.

    If you have empowering self talk you have no need for a vague thing called “confidence” and because it’s a pattern of thinking, you have total control over it.