Media

  • Dena Silver | April 27, 2015

    Condé Nast Is Turning Style.com Into An E-Commerce Destination

    Big changes ahead for Style.com: The site is transitioning into the international e-commerce space. The new Style.com will debut in the UK sometime this fall, followed by an entrée into the U.S. market in 2016. After that, Asia and select areas of Europe will have access to the site’s shopping platform. What does this mean for Style.com’s editorial staff?

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  • Dena Silver | April 27, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    There’s nothing quite like starting a Monday on a media-savvy note, right? Of course! We’ve got your latest recap of The Daily Media, where we discuss who went where, who got promoted, and all the latest PR gains. Where did Lucky‘s fashion features editor end up? Who got bumped up to senior fashion editor at Niche Media?

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  • Dena Silver | April 24, 2015

    The Daily Media: 30 Moves To Discuss

    Jenna Gottlieb, formerly fashion features editor at Lucky, has been named features editor at Shopbop and East Dane. Faye Brennan, formerly senior associate editor at Women’s Health, has been named senior editor at the publication. Matt Ericson, formerly deputy graphics director at The New York Times, has been named associate editor at the publication. Ryan McCarthy,

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | April 22, 2015

    The NY Times’ Brendan Monaghan On Being Promoted, The ‘Men’s Style’ Section, And More

    On Monday, Brendan Monaghan was promoted from VP of advertising at the The New York Times and publisher at T: The New York Times Style Magazine to SVP of advertising at the Gray Lady (his T title remains the same). Monaghan was poached from GQ in October 2013 to become T’s first-ever publisher, and since then, he and EIC Deborah Needleman have proven

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  • Dena Silver | April 20, 2015

    Paper Explores The American Dream With Its Kanye-Fronted April Issue

    Following that oft-discussed (and internet breaking) Kim Kardashian cover this past winter, Paper has selected her other half, Kanye West, to cover their April issue, which hits newsstands on April 27th. The theme this month: The American Dream. Because who embodies that more than a member of the first family of reality TV? Well, Paper also tapped the likes

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  • Dena Silver | April 20, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    In need of a media refresher? Look no further than today’s Daily Media recap, filled with dishy moves to discuss. Who made the jump from Esquire to Thrillist? Where did Glamour find their new executive director of communications? Who nabbed the top editor gig at Popsugar Latina? Who’s the new PR director at Michael Kors? And where did

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  • Eddie Roche | April 17, 2015

    Is Gawker Going Union?

    Paging Norma Rae…Editors at Gawker made a bold move yesterday, with the news that the site’s writers are trying to unionize. Senior editor Hamilton Nolan wrote a piece explaining why they’ve decided to unionize, writing: “As journalism has moved online and flourished over the past 20 years or so, union workplaces have become much more rare in

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  • Dena Silver | April 17, 2015

    The Daily Media: 27 Moves To Discuss

    Emma Tully, formerly director of PR at Max Mara USA, has been named senior publicity director at KCD. Joe Keohane, formerly articles editor at Esquire, has been named features editor at Thrillist. Meggan Crum, formerly CEO at TheRunthrough, has been named accessories director at InStyle. Leah Karp, formerly accessories director at InStyle, has left the

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  • Dena Silver | April 15, 2015

    Meggan Crum Returns To InStyle As Accessories Director

    InStyle is bringing back a former accessories director: Meggan Crum is rejoining the glossy. She was at InStyle from 2007 to 2011, after which she left to co-found TheRunthrough, a digital showroom of sorts that allows editors and stylists to request samples and see lookbooks through one online portal. Crum was also the CEO at the company; she will

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  • Dena Silver | April 14, 2015

    Marie Claire Chooses Five Cover Girls For May

    Rather than picking one starlet to cover their May issue, Marie Claire tapped five celebs for the job. So, who are the lucky girls? Iggy Azalea, Hailee Steinfeld, Kate Upton, Zoë Kravitz, and Felicity Jones. In the pages of the glossy, Steinfeld dishes on her upcoming role in Pitch Perfect 2, while Kravitz goes into detail about losing a bit too much weight

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | April 13, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    Missed the latest dose of industry intel in our beloved Daily Media column? Fret not! Here’s what you missed in media moves last week: A slew of exciting contributing editor additions to the Marie Claire team, some departures at Fitness, a couple of folks saying adieu to editorial gigs for e-comm and PR, and much more. Also on tap:

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  • Dena Silver | April 10, 2015

    The Daily Media: 23 Moves To Discuss

    Heather Muir, formerly beauty director at Fitness, has been named beauty director at Real Simple. Amanda de Cadenet, currently journalist, photographer, and TV host, has also been named contributing editor at Marie Claire. Sarah Kunst, currently venture partner at Future Perfect Ventures, has also been named contributing editor at Marie Claire. Alexandra Robbins, currently author

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  • Eddie Roche | April 9, 2015

    Liz Smith Recalls Her New York Post Exit

    One of our favorite women in the world, Liz Smith, is featured in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter and talks about the day that her former boss, Rupert Murdoch, let her go from her beloved column in The New York Post. (We still miss it!!!) Maer Roshan asked Smith if she was surprised

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  • Dena Silver | April 8, 2015

    Nine Things To Know About The Travel + Leisure Redesign

    Exactly eight months to the day that Nathan Lump started his role as editor at Travel + Leisure, he’s unveiling a whole new product. Today, the glossy is rolling out a totally revamped print mag for May 2015, as well as a totally refreshed website. Your Daily sat down with the newish editor and his publisher, Jay Meyer, to get beyond

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  • Dena Silver | April 7, 2015

    A First Look At The Fourth Issue Of Saturdays Magazine

    Aside from their must-visit surf shops in both Soho and the West Village (along with a handful of Japanese locations), Saturdays NYC has garnered quite a following for their hefty bi-annual magazine, titled Saturdays Magazine #004. Naturally, it’s been built on the same unorthodox approach that the whole brand is based on. Case in point? The glossy contains no ads,

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  • Eddie Roche | April 6, 2015

    Condé Nast Traveler’s Growth Spurt

    The winning streak continues for Condé Nast Traveler, who have just announced that the title will be two inches bigger when their September issue hits stands later this year. Over the weekend The New York Times paid special attention to their growth in a story titled ‘Condé Nast Traveler Grows Voluptuous in Lean Times,’ which focused in

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  • Dena Silver | April 6, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?

    Another week, another round of juicy media moves. So what’s the big Daily Media news to announce this time? Who are the bold names that have been tapped to join Architectural Digest? Who’s the latest hire at Seventeen? Which home glossy poached an editor from Martha Stewart Living? What changes have been made in the fashion department at

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  • Dena Silver | April 3, 2015

    The Daily Media: 39 Moves To Discuss

    Hal Rubenstein, formerly edit0r-at-large at InStyle, has been named special projects editor at Architectural Digest. Cynthia Frank, formerly contributing editor-at-large at Elle Décor, has been named contributing design editor at Architectural Digest. Rory Evans, formerly editor at Martha Stewart Living, has been named executive editor at Food Network Magazine. Raul Martinez, currently design director at Vogue, has also been named corporate

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  • Dena Silver | April 1, 2015

    Condé Nast Names Raul Martinez Corporate Creative Director

    A major promotion for Raul Martinez: The design maestro has been named corporate creative director at Condé Nast. Martinez has been design director at Vogue and Vogue.com since 2009. “With this appointment, he will continue in his role with Vogue and will bring his keen eye and strong vision to help shape the creative focus of the company as a whole,”

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  • Paige Reddinger | April 1, 2015

    The Cut Launches A Pop-Up Fashion History Blog, ‘It’s Vintage’

    Today, New York’s The Cut launched a pop-up fashion history blog for April called “It’s Vintage”. The blog is part of a series of pop-up blogs that New York has been doing since May in which blogs focus on specific themes for a short duration of time, such as exploring Paris, untangling love lives, or navigating New York’s art

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