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Charla Krupp


Charla Krupp

Charla Krupp’s HOW NOT TO LOOK OLD, is America’s #1 best-selling beauty bible, outselling every other fashion and beauty book since its launch in 2008. The follow-up, HOW TO NEVER LOOK FAT AGAIN: Over 1000 Ways to Dress Thinner Without Dieting, is also a The New York Times bestseller. Charla has spent a collective 22 weeks on the The New York Times Best Seller List.

She is currently a contributing editor to Time Inc.’s successful spin-off, People StyleWatch.

Known for her accessible “real woman’s” approach to style, Charla was a contributor to NBC’s Today show for 10 years, appearing in more than 130 style segments. She has also been seen on national shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, CBS The Early Show, Good Morning America, Dateline, Rachael Ray, Wendy Williams, The View, The Tyra Banks Show, Entertainment Tonight, Extra and Access Hollywood.

An award-winning magazine journalist, Charla spent 15 years as the entertainment editor for Glamour magazine, where she created the magazine’s “Women of the Year Awards.” She helped make Time Inc.’s new style magazine, InStyle, a publishing phenomenon. She returned to Glamour as beauty director and later served as executive editor of Hearst’s Shop Etc. Charla wrote a monthly column for More Magazine called “Fashion for Grown-Ups.” She has also written for Time Magazine, The New York Times, Town & Country, Cosmopolitan, Chicago Tribune and USA Today Weekend.

Charla lives in Manhattan and Sagaponack, New York with her husband, Richard Zoglin, Time Magazine’s theater critic and author of COMEDY AT THE EDGE: How Stand-Up in the 1970s Changed America.

Charla Krupp