Women’s Magazine Fudges Its Age

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At 24, Leighton is "old" by <em>Glamour</em> standards.
At 24, Leighton is "old" by <em>Glamour</em> standards.

“Twenty-three seems lame; 23 seems old ... twenty sounded better, but it is 23.” —William Wackermann, the publisher of Glamour, a magazine for women in their 20s and 30s, explaining their decision to tout the magazine's September issue as its “biggest issue in 20 years!” when it is actually their biggest issue in 23 years. [NYT]