Ever since we first clapped eyes on Lauren Conrad and Whitney Port on their first day at Teen Vogue, a certain fascination has since ensued. So when Teen Vogue severed their partnership with The Hills a couple of seasons ago, we thought that we'd seen the last of the teen bible's fashion cupboards. It seems however, that we may have been a bit hasty as Amy Astley, editor-in-chief of the magazine, recently let slip at a book signing event at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM), that the magazine had been working on a new TV show.
Although she failed to give any additional information as to what we could expect from the new show, she did confirm that the show would definitely not be centred around her, saying, "I don't want to be a media personality. I've seen people laughed off Madison Avenue for taking the reality star route, it can really backfire."