Atoosa Rubenstein was living the dream of flocks of girls who pore over fashion magazines, hungry for womanhood. The founder and the editor of CosmoGirl magazine and the editor of Seventeen, she had money, glamour and a national platform to disseminate her ideas. Yet last year, Hearst magazines' youngest editor in chief flew what she calls the gilded cage.
Now nesting in a $3.05 million Flatiron District apartment that she and her husband, an owner of an investment trading company, moved into on Saturday, Ms. Rubenstein this week ended some of the speculation about what exactly she has been cooking up since last fall and reiterated that her departure was of her own volition.
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