Teen Vogue’s Editor Fills New Office With Treasures From 24-Year Condé Nast Career

As the most high-profile tenant of One World Trade Center, Condé Nast had a February move-in date that was talked about in the press for years before the building was even finished. Now, six months later and on the eve of New York's fall Fashion Week, Teen Vogue's editor in chief Amy Astley gave us an exclusive tour of her new downtown space. The art on the walls is especially meaningful to her.

"All of it is personal," she said. "Photos from people who shoot for us; sketches of me by artists, former interns or Teen Vogue fans; Irving Penn images of flowers and models. All of it is meaningful and triggers happy memories."

The move was also an opportunity for Astley to ensure that only her most cherished mementos remained: "I was very happy that the move forced me to declutter, edit and re-think what I really treasure and what was just more stuff in my office." Another perk for Astley: location. The office is a short stroll from her Tribeca home.