Media

  • 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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  • Dena Silver | March 30, 2015

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

    It’s Monday again, so you know what that means, right? It’s time to catch up on all of last week’s Daily Media moves. We’ve got quite the lineup to discuss. Who is GQ‘s new engagement editor? Who’s been tapped as associate digital editor of The New York Times Magazine? Where did Coastal Living‘s new editor-in-chief

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  • Dena Silver | March 27, 2015

    The Daily Media: 36 Moves To Discuss

    David Yi, formerly contributor at GQ, Style.com, Harper’s Bazaar, Refinery29, and Fashionista, has been named fashion reporter at Mashable. John Vorwald, formerly deputy editor of digital at New York Post, has been named digital editorial director at Details. Jazmine Hughes, formerly contributing writer at The Hairpin, has been named associate digital editor at The New

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  • Dena Silver | March 24, 2015

    Nylon Media Taps A New Exec

    NYLON has hired Carrie Reynolds as their inaugural president of revenue. Reynolds’ new gig focuses on generating revenue through creative forms of advertising and partnerships. “Through cool, confident content and savvy storytelling tools for advertisers, NYLON’s influence on this passionate and devoted audience is a dream for marketers. I…look forward to helping the team continue to drive successes for

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  • Eddie Roche | March 23, 2015

    Vogue Courts Serena Williams For Their April Issue

      Move over, Karlie and Taylor, there’s a new bestie duo in town. Serena Williams covers the April edition of Vogue and talks about her friendship with tennis champion and professional rival Caroline Wozniacki. Williams, who’s still the number one-ranked female player in the world, tells writer Rebecca Johnson what connects them. “It’s hard and

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  • Dena Silver | March 23, 2015

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

    Start off your week with some juicy dish, straight from our Daily Media dispatch. It’s where you’ll find answers to questions like…Who’s joined the InStyle team, and who’s been promoted at the Time Inc. glossy? Where did Cosmopolitan find their new books editor-at-large from? Which creative directors got new gigs in Milan this week? Who is Swarovski’s new exec? Who

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  • Dena Silver | March 20, 2015

    The Daily Media: 45 Moves To Discuss

    Mia Solkin, formerly market editor at V, has been named market editor at InStyle. Alexis Bryan Morgan, formerly executive fashion director at Lucky, has been named fashion director at Rent The Runway. Camille Perri, formerly assistant editor and books consultant at Esquire, has been named books editor at large at Cosmopolitan. Nicole Lapin, formerly anchor

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 19, 2015

    NYLON Guys Calls It Quits

    NYLON Guys is shuttering after 11 years on newsstands. The April/May issue of the bimonthly men’s title will be its final issue; after that, it will exist strictly online. Why is the hip hommes title getting axed by Nylon Media? To keep the focus on their core audience of millenial women. Layoffs are not expected to result from

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | March 17, 2015

    Redbook’s Inaugural Financial Columnist, Nicole Lapin, On Chic, Savvy Spending

    Redbook has added its inaugural financial columnist, Nicole Lapin, to the mix today, with her column debuting in the April issue, out on newsstands now. The frank fiscal guru was the youngest anchor (ever!) on CNN and CNBC, has been a correspondent on a variety of other networks, and released a book last month, Rich

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 16, 2015

    Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Daily Front Row’s Latest Daily Media?

    Are you up on your must-know media intel? Check out The Daily Front Row‘s newest installment of The Daily Media, filled with tons of intriguing industry shuffles. Who’s the new creative director over at French ELLE? Which changes went down at People and Entertainment Weekly? Which exec hopped from Moncler to Louis Vuitton? Where did Condé’s new executive director of global development

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | March 13, 2015

    The Daily Media: 31 Moves To Discuss

    Laurel Pinson, formerly editor-in-chief at Stylecaster, has been named digital editorial director at Glamour. Karen Kovacs, formerly publisher at People, has been named group publisher at People and Entertainment Weekly. Richard Battista, formerly CEO at Mandalay Sports Media, has been named executive vice president at Time Inc. and president at People and Entertainment Weekly.  Germain Chauveau, formerly artistic director at Vogue

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | March 11, 2015

    Talent Decoders, Part II: Hearst’s Eliot Kaplan

    Trying to wedge your way into Midtown’s toniest glossies? You’ve probably courted Eliot Kaplan, Hearst’s VP of talent acquisition. Here’s the full download on what kicks your résumé to the top of the pile and what will kick you out of the running. Plus! In case you missed it, check out what Time Inc.’s talent management whiz had

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | March 10, 2015

    Talent Decoders, Part I: Time Inc.’s Bucky Keady

    Trying to wedge your way into Midtown’s toniest glossies? You’ve probably courted Bucky Keady, Time Inc.’s VP of talent management. Here’s the full download on what kicks your résumé to the top of the pile and what will kick you out of the running. Plus! Stay tuned for another dishy dose of intel tomorrow, from the top talent-sifting

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  • Dena Silver | March 9, 2015

    Horacio Silva Departs From Departures

    After a year as Departure‘s fashion and style director, Horacio Silva is moving on to a new project in a new city. As of March 30th, his new title will be editor-in-chief at Faena’s upcoming publication. Faena is a real estate development group strongly rooted in design and art founded by Alan Faena. With the company’s expansion to Miami Beach underway, they’ve tapped

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  • Dena Silver | March 9, 2015

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

    Kick off your week with a recap of the most pressing media moves of the moment. The latest Daily Media is chock-filled of juicy tidbits. Which New York Times staffers were promoted? Which GQ-er rejoined The Wall Street Journal? Where did More‘s new deputy editor of beauty arrive from? Which changes took place on the design team at Marie Claire? Who was

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  • Dena Silver | March 6, 2015

    The Daily Media: 29 Moves To Discuss

    Kevin Sintumuang, formerly web editor at GQ, has been named digital director of life and style at The Wall Street Journal. Lisa Arbetter, formerly deputy editor at InStyle, has been named editor-in-chief at People StyleWatch. Dan Rubinstein, formerly editor-in-chief at Surface, has been named home and design editor at Departures. Clare Ferguson, formerly art director

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 5, 2015

    AnOther’s Special Interactive Issue, Featuring A Moving Cover Plus Audio

    You’ve heard of magazines with digital components that lead you to new discoveries online, or digital features that direct you back to their hard copy iterations. Jefferson Hack‘s AnOther magazine has merged the two by creating a hard-copy magazine with a moving cover and audio. The magazine was done in a collaboration with PCH, a

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  • Dena Silver | March 5, 2015

    The Assistant Files, Vol. 63: Sam Woolf, Fern Mallis

    Chicettes, did you miss your weekly installment of The Assistant Files? Fret not, we’re back! For this installment of the series, we’re delving into the fabulous life of the Aussie assistant to one of New York’s fashion trailblazers, Fern Mallis. Her go-to guy, Sam Woolf has attended Fashion Week in Dubai and shared a cup of coffee with Valentino Garavani on the job.

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 3, 2015

    Lisa Arbetter Named Editor-in-Chief At People StyleWatch

    Lisa Arbetter has been appointed editor-in-chief at People StyleWatch. Her appointment follows the departure of founding EIC Susan Kaufman, who was ousted in January. Arbetter will work under Ariel Foxman, whose role expanded from InStyle‘s top editor to editorial director at InStyle and People StyleWatch in late January. Arbetter was most recently the deputy editor at InStyle; she has been in that role since

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  • Alexandra Ilyashov | March 3, 2015

    Vanity Fair Set To Launch In Mexico Next Month

    Vanity Fair‘s sixth international iteration will hit newsstands south of the border in April, when the Condé glossy’s Mexico edition debuts. The mag’s launch team will be helmed by Lourdes Garzon, who is currently VF‘s Spain and Mexico director. The new title’s digital and social presence will be rolled out concurrently next month. Expect 90,000 copies of the inaugural issue

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