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Wilmette-born Charla Krupp was a best-selling author, TV personality and a fashion editor. Her best-selling books called How Not to Look Old, and How to Never Look Fat Again were only the tip of the tip of her epic career as a style and beauty influencer. She worked for People Stylewatch, Glamour, InStyle, More magazine, Time, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, and USA Today. Charla made television appearances on Oprah, Good Morning America, The Early Show, Dateline, Rachel Ray and Access Hollywood.
Before her passing Charla and her husband, Richard Zoglin established the Charla Krupp Memorial Fund for Women in Media at the University of Illinois. She died on Monday in her home in New York after a fierce and enlightening battle with breast cancer.
· Author-commentator Charla Krupp dies in NYC at 58 [USA Today]