Hillary Clinton, who you may remember from her role as the first female presidential candidate nominated by a major political party, has “guest edited” one of the last print issues of Teen Vogue, according to an announcement from the magazine and Clinton on Wednesday.
“Teen Vogue takes teen girls seriously and understands that style and substance aren’t mutually exclusive,” Clinton said in a statement published online. She described the special issue as “a celebration of resistance and resilience.”
Clinton will also appear at the inaugural Teen Vogue Summit happening in Los Angeles on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. “Black-ish” star Yara Shahidi will interview interview Clinton as part of the conference’s keynote address.
In the issue, available at newsstands across the country starting Dec. 5, Clinton promises to publish some of the encouraging letters she received after her devastating loss to Donald Trump November last year and to introduce the magazine’s readers to her “daughter and hero,” Chelsea Clinton.
The news of Clinton’s journalistic cameo comes at a pivotal moment for the magazine’s print edition, which parent company Condé Nast recently announced it would be shuttering. The buzzy publication, which has been praised for its politically charged articles, will continue online.