Leslie Leon

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Los Angeles, California
California State University - Long Beach
Fashion Trends, Beauty Tips, Hair Trends
  • In 2016, Leslie started her fashion site, which quickly turned into content spanning various platforms.
  • She has worked on creating editorial content with fashion brands like Aritizia and Target.
  • Her work as co-online editor-in-chief earned recognition for "Excellence in Magazine Production" by the California College Media Association.


Leslie has worked in the area of fashion, beauty, and creating content for seven years. Since starting to work in the fashion and beauty space of content creation, she has been able to work with brands such as Amour Vert, Dior, and Lancome in showcasing some of the latest fashion and beauty trends. For two years, she became one of two online editors in chiefs for DIG Magazine, the lifestyle magazine for California State University, Long Beach. Leslie worked on reimagining the magazine's digital platform for a growing online audience. She joined Static Media in 2022, becoming one of the first hired writers for their relaunch of Glam, and has been expounding on her love of fashion and beauty by sharing some of the latest trends and tips that are changing these industries.


Leslie has a bachelor's degree from California State University, Long Beach; she double-majored in Journalism and Political Science with an emphasis on Global Studies.

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