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Contributing editor, columnist, wellbeing expert

Contributing editor, British Vogue

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Calgary Avansino, (born 6 May 1975), is contributing editor to the British edition of Vogue and wellbeing expert. After moving to London in 2000, Avansino began a three-week internship at Vogue. Soon after, Avansino was offered the job as assistant to the editor-in-chief, Alexandra Shulman. Two-and-a-half years later, she moved to the beauty department where she became a beauty assistant; followed by wellbeing editor, then executive fashion director. Between 2008 and 2013, Avansino was executive fashion and digital project director.


Avansino left her full-time role at Vogue in 2013 to become contributing editor. She writes a weekly wellbeing blog for Vogue, runs her own health and wellbeing website, and is the author of Keep It Real: Create a Healthy, Balanced and Delicious Life - For You and Your Family.

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Early life

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Avansino was born in 1975. Brought up on the West Coast of America as a vegetarian, Avansino was taught a great deal about the fundamentals of healthy living by her parents. She went to Cate School for High School and graduated from Georgetown University in 1998. Avansino moved to England in 2000 with her husband. In 2017, Avansino and her family returned to living in California, United States.


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Avansino began her fashion journalism career in 2000 as an intern at British Vogue, subsequently becoming assistant to editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman. Avansino then went on to work in the beauty department as a beauty assistant, followed by wellbeing editor, before moving to the main fashion team and working as executive fashion director. Avansino worked as executive fashion and digital project director between 2008 and 2013. In early 2013, she left her full-time position to become contributing editor. Avansino contributes to the publication regularly and has a weekly wellbeing blog on the Vogue website. She has also contributed to The Sunday Times Style magazine, along with numerous other publications globally, and has her own website. Avansino is regularly interviewed in print, online, at events and on television for her thoughts on wellbeing, exercise, and healthy eating. In February 2016, her debut book Keep It Real: Create a Healthy, Balanced and Delicious Life - For You and Your Family' was released.

Personal life

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Avansino is married and has three children.


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