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In Case You Missed It: The Daily Media
Get a fresh start to the week with a little Daily Media recap! Par example, who’s the new publisher at Travel + Leisure? Who got a major promotion at ELLE? Which former GQ-er is doing double duty at Esquire and T&C? Which Gap exec moved to Old Navy? What’s the latest at Allure? Who are the new editors at Cosmopolitan.com and O mag? Get the
It’s Official! Michael Hainey to Join Esquire and Town & Country
Hearst officially announced Michael Hainey as the executive editor of editorial for Esquire and editor-at-large for Town & Country with a May 11 start date. “Michael is an extraordinarily talented editor with an experienced feel for the art of great magazine making,” recently appointed Esquire EIC Jay Fielden said in a statement. “Esquire is a place where his
Carolyn Murphy Talks Beauty and Role Playing in T&C
Supermod of supermods Carolyn Murphy fronts the May cover of Town & Country. Inside, the 41-year-old strips down to almost nothing (a Chanel swimsuit here, an Etro bra there) and looks seemingly ageless—did we mention it’s the “Youth and Beauty” issue? In the interview, she talks fighting cliché beauty standards and how beauty goes beyond simply playing a role. “When I asked the model…how she defined
Town & Country Names Stellene Volandes EIC
Stellene Volandes has been named editor-in-chief at Town & Country, replacing Jay Fielden, who announced in January that he’ll leave the role to helm Esquire. Volandes, who has been the magazine’s executive style director since 2014, will continue to report to Fielden, who has shifted to editorial director duties. Previously, she was jewelry and accessories editor at T&C, before she was named
Jay Fielden Named EIC at Esquire, Replaces David Granger
Jay Fielden has been named editor in chief at Esquire and editorial director at Town & Country, replacing Esquire EIC David Granger, who departs the title on March 31 after nearly two decades in the role. Fielden’s replacement will be named shortly, according to Hearst president and CEO Steven R. Swartz and Hearst Magazines president David Carey, to whom Fielden will continue
The Assistant Files, Vol. 71: Adrienne Westenfeld, Town & Country’s Jay Fielden
Jay Fielden, editor-in-chief of Town & Country, prefers paper over iPad, fancies a fedora, and won’t be caught gnoshing on many carbs. How do we know? We had a tête-à-tête with someone who knows him best: his assistant, Adrienne Westenfeld. The Indiana native fills us in on a day in the life of her boss, plus
Media Exclusive: Hearst Upsizing Print Magazines
Hearst media is on the up size—and stop the presses—this is happening in print (great news for those that still love the luxury of an actual magazine). On the tail of the announcement that ELLE will increase in size beginning with the March 2016 edition, Hearst told The Daily exclusively that Marie Claire, which has showed advertising growth for the
9 Things to Know About the US Open
The US Open kicks off today, and we asked Town & Country‘s web editor Micaela English to serve up the details on the big event. Here, nine lesser-known facts about the players, spectators, and the second oldest American sporting event. Let the games begin! Where are the players staying? This year a lot of top players are opting out of
Kirsten Dunst on Town & Country’s September Cover
Kirsten Dunst, one of Hollywood’s youngest long-time starlets, stuns in Prada on the cover of Town & Country’s September Fall Fashion Guide issue. Dunst, at just 33, has been in the biz for three decades, and opened up to Mary Kaye Schilling about her life as a child actor, what it’s like for a girl working in the Hollywood ‘boys
Encore, Encore! Have You Devoured The Latest Daily Media?
A brief media moves recap is the only way to kick off a new week, so here’s your quick rundown on the moves to discuss from Friday’s installment of The Daily Media. First up: What Giorgio Armani VP has moved to Calvin Klein? Who got promoted at Emilio Pucci? What top chef got hired by Town & Country? Plus!