Milli Midwood, Editor in Chief

Milli Midwood, Editor in Chief

Having lived and grown-up in Dubai for the past 27 years, Milli has seen firsthand how the fashion and beauty industry has evolved and continues to grow across the UAE. After graduating from university with a degree in Fine Art, Milli went on to work at a number of regional titles, including OK! Middle East and Grazia Middle East before then joining Harper's BAZAAR Arabia, where she now headed up the digital team for three years. Milli became editor in chief of Cosmopolitan Middle East where she will be the relaunch of the regional edition of the largest young women’s magazine in the world.
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The Cosmo cover star said that she felt pressured to go on a crash diet ahead of an influencer trip
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Just the Zoom of Us: Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn
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Please just stop pretending you ate that
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I'm calling BS on the sad sparkly lie that is Instagram food
Stop everything: Charlotte Tilbury is launching in Saudi Arabia
Jun 25, 2020
The brand reveals the news exclusively to Cosmo ME
Exclusive: Why 'The Perfect Candidate' is the feminist Saudi film *everyone* needs on their radar
Jun 22, 2020
We spoke exclusively to Haifa Al Mansour about her new film, which is an unflinching look at resilience, sisterhood and equality