What Has Latina Meant to You Throughout the Years?
03/16/2012 - 17:39 | 0 Comments|
In 1993, Christy Haubegger was a 24-year-old Stanford Law School graduate with a bold idea: to start the first magazine aimed at bicultural women like her. It would take her three years—and nearly 200 rejections!—to see her vision realized, with the 1996 debut of Latina (featuring a then-relatively unknown Jennifer Lopez on the cover).
Fast forward to 2012 and Latina is the definitive fashion, beauty, culture and lifestyle magazine for Latin women, creating a voice for the Latin community. Now we want to hear from you: What has Latina meant to you over the years? Tweet (@LatinaMagazine), pin (Pinterest.com/LatinaMagazine) or write your thoughts on our Facebook wall (Facebook.com/latinamagazine) and you might see it featured right here on Latina.com very soon!
And don’t forget to check out what some of your favorite celebs (and our cover stars!) have to say about us. Hey, who doesn’t like a compliment?
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