How much you make can often be a taboo subject, but according to experts, knowing what your peers earn is paramount to getting fairly compensated yourself. Accordingly, we thought we’d share some annual salaries of real fashion editors at Condé Nast, the publishing company home to Vogue, W, Glamour, and more.
Scroll down to see what people really earn in the fashion publishing world—the numbers might just surprise you.
Note: The annual salaries are from anonymous Condé Nast employee reports from GlassDoor.com.
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Kat Collings has over 15 years of experience in the editorial fashion space, largely in digital publishing. She currently leads the vision for editorial content at WhoWhatWear.com as the site's editor in chief, having risen through the editorial ranks after joining the company in 2012. Collings is a Digiday Future Leader Awards nominee, was named Buzzfeed's best fashion Instagram accounts of the year, and is a member of the CFDA Awards Fashion Guild. Prior to Who What Wear, Collings worked on styling projects for brands such as Vogue, Teen Vogue, Lucky, and Oliver Peoples. She graduated from UCLA with a BA in communications and calls Los Angeles home.