Mattie Kahn, Glamour

Mattie Kahn


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Mattie:

Dana Bash Meets Her Moment

The new coanchor of CNN's "State of the Union" was never slated for overnight success. She's fine with that. → Read More

Jeni's Ice Cream Founder Jeni Britton Bauer Gets Her Best Business Advice From 'Lord of the Rings'

The creator of Jeni's Ice Cream on perfecting flavor combinations, redefining entrepreneurship, and how to respond when someone calls her ice cream orgasmic. → Read More

Roxane Gay Is Practicing Saying No

Celebrated writer Roxane Gay on setting boundaries at work, dealing with disappointment, and treating her friend to Hermès scarves. → Read More

Money-Saving Tips: 51 Women Share Their Best Advice

Samin Nosrat, Phoebe Robinson, WNBA star Candace Parker, and 48 other women share their money-saving tips and hard-earned financial wisdom. → Read More

Instagram Shopping Has Been a Bright Spot in a Dark Year

Instagram shopping has served as a great escape throughout a dark year during which leisurely browsing in stores wasn't an option. → Read More

CNN Reporter Sara Sidner Cried on Live Television. She Wants You to Know Why

“I am deeply terrified about what is going on in this country.” → Read More

Kamala Harris Delivers History-Making Speech as Vice President-Elect

“While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last.” → Read More

Glamour Women of the Year 2020: Glamour Women of the Year 2020 Honorees

Meet the 2020 Glamour Women of the Year, including Regina King, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Sherrilyn Ifill, the heroes of Elmhurst, and more. → Read More

Meghan Markle Will Join ‘The 19th Represents Summit’ to Talk Gender, Representation, and the Future of News

Meghan Markle has participated in countless interviews. Her sit-down with Emily Ramshaw, cofounder and CEO of The 19th*, will be different. → Read More

Zerlina Maxwell: We’re Witnessing the Last Gasp of ‘White Politics.’ Here’s What Comes Next

Zerlina Maxwell on her new book, the 2020 race, and the truth about identity politics. → Read More

A Day in the Quarantine Life of NBC News’s Antonia Hylton

Zoom meetings, pillow forts, takeout—how the NBC News correspondent does her job under lockdown. → Read More

Norah O’Donnell Is Used to Reporting on the News, but Now It’s Getting Personal

In less than a month, a coworker at CBS News died from the coronavirus, her husband had to rethink his business, and a global pandemic turned Norah O'Donnell into a part-time home-school mom and the most-watched newswoman in America. → Read More

Paid Sick Leave Is Finally Becoming a Reality. Patty Murray Wishes It Hadn't Taken a Pandemic to Get It There

For 16 years, Sen. Patty Murray has been fighting for paid sick leave. This isn't how she wanted it to happen. → Read More

Joe Biden Commits to Picking a Woman as His Vice President

Former vice president Joe Biden made news at the Democratic Debate, promising that a woman would be his vice president if he wins the nomination. → Read More

What Bellamy Young Learned About the Power of Sisterhood From Shonda Rhimes

“We can envision what a better world would look like. And it starts with women.” → Read More

Everything Cecile Richards Knows, She Learned From Other Women

The former Planned Parenthood president and the cofounder of women’s mobilization group Supermajority champions women on the front lines. → Read More

Jackie Aina Learned From the Best

The influencer and advocate on Pat McGrath, Naomi Campbell, and the power of sisterhood. → Read More

Nancy Pelosi Ripped Donald Trump's State of the Union Speech in Half…While He Was Still on the Podium

Actions speak louder than words. → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Adds Kirsten Gillibrand and Kamala Harris’s Paid Leave and Reproductive Health Care Policies to Her Platform

Kirsten Gillibrand and Kamala Harris have dropped out of the presidential race, but Elizabeth Warren is adopting some of their women-oriented policies. → Read More

How Great Jones Cofounders Sierra Tishgart and Maddy Moelis Cooked Up the Next Great Kitchenware Brand

With Great Jones, Tishgart and Moelis make cookware so beautiful it counts as kitchen decor. → Read More