Marie Grace Mirabella, the editor-in-chief of Vogue magazine, was an American fashion journalist. She began working for the publication in the 1950s and was its editor-in-chief from 1971 until 1988.
In November 1974, Mirabella married Dr. William G. Cahan. In 2001, her husband passed away.
Grace Mirabella husband: Who was William G. Cahan? What was William G. Cahan known for?
He was a pioneer in national efforts to combat smoking, working both in the medical profession and in government.
In his role as chairman of People for a Smoke-Free Indoors, Dr. Cahan lobbied the City Council aggressively in the late 1980s to restrict smoking in restaurants and public buildings. He and other advocates faced ardent resistance from the tobacco industry and many restaurateurs.
In 1989, she started Mirabella magazine, which she ran until 1996.
William G. Cahan was a thoracic surgeon at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City.
His clinical worked mostly on lung cancer and breast cancer. He graduated from Havard College in 1935 and earned his medical degree in 1939