'Elle' Magazine's Roberta Myers: Creative, Cautious, ConstantAnna Holmes8/08/07 12:00pmFiled to: signature psychosesElleRoberta MyersTopGawkerhandwriting analysismaghagsheila kurtz32EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkCompared to its fashion magazine cousins, Elle is one tough, slightly-feminist chick. One of the few women's titles unafraid of its own (or its readers') intelligence, Elle is overseen by one Roberta 'Robbie' Myers, who, unlike her editrix peers, is not much of a glamourpuss/press whore... mostly because she wants it that way. Lately, however, Myers has been in the news, due to a string of staff departures, a massive redesign, and, well, a curious choice of cover subjects. But what do we really know about her? Well, not much. After the jump, graphologist Sheila Kurtz finds that Ms. Myers — former boss/mentor to our own Jennifer Gerson — is as careful with her public persona as she is with the content in her magazine.