• Kristen Heinzinger | January 13, 2017

    The Daily Media: 47 Shifts to Discuss

    Cori Galpern, formerly SVP global communications at Tom Ford, is leaving the company. Thom Brodeur, formerly president and COO at Maria Shireen, has been named CEO at Kat Collings, formerly editorial director at Who What Wear, has been named executive director, editorial and editor-in chief. Merle Ginsberg, fashion writer, has been named culture editor at FourTwoNine

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 12, 2017

    Yahoo Style’s Sarah Cristobal Joins InStyle

    Laura Brown is on a mission! The InStyle EIC is adding a new executive features director to her growing team: former Yahoo Style editor Sarah Cristobal. She’ll start on January 17, will report directly to Brown, and will be responsible for spearheading editorial initiative and collaborations, booking and directing fashion and celebrity features, and overseeing lifestyle

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  • Eddie Roche | January 10, 2017

    Madonna to Harper’s Bazaar: “I’ve Always Felt Oppressed.”

    Madonna, Queen of Quotes, covers the February issue of Harper’s Bazaar and inside, she surprises with a few feelings. “I’ve always felt oppressed,” she said. “I know a lot of people would go, ‘Oh, that’s ridiculous for you to say that. You’re a successful white, wealthy pop star,’ but I’ve had the shit kicked out of me

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 9, 2017

    ICYMI: The Daily Media

    So you can name the best-dressed at last night’s Golden Globes, but are you up to date on the latest industry moves? Not to fret—here is a refresher. What’s Jane Francisco’s new title at Hearst? Which sex columnist has a new gig at Cosmopolitan? What’s the latest at Buglari, Chloé, and Kate Spade? Who left Balenciaga for

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 6, 2017

    The Daily Media: 51 Shifts to Discuss

    Josh Gaynor, formerly vice president of communications at FENDI Americas, has been named vice president of brand marketing & communications at Bulgari Americas. Clare Waight Keller, formerly creative director at Chloé, is leaving the company. Jane Francisco, editor-in-chief at Good Housekeeping, has been named head of Hearst’s lifestyle group (Redbook, Good Housekeeping, and Woman’s Day). Julia

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 5, 2017

    Kendall Jenner, Lara Stone, and More Top Mods Get Inked for V Magazine

    Is it the set of a V magazine shoot or the chicest tattoo parlor on Earth? Top models from Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls and Lara Stone to Carolyn Murphy, Amber Valletta, Ellen Rosa, and Lily Aldridge got inked for V 105, its first issue of the new year, and Mario Testino captured the art in action. The tattoos (authentic looking, but not permanent!) were drawn on every part

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 3, 2017

    Hollywood Stars Couple Up for W Magazine’s 6 February Covers

    How to ring in awards season? With not one, but six covers and 12 cover stars, per W magazine’s standards. Fronting its Best Performances February issue are six sets of Hollywood starpower: Emma Stone and Casey Affleck, Natalie Portman and Ruth Negga, Amy Adams and Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman and Mahershala Ali, Viggo Mortensen and Adam Driver, and

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | January 3, 2017

    ‘Girls’ Cast Covers Glamour’s Powered by Women Issue

    Before Girls makes its final bow later this year, the stars of the HBO show earn a collective cover for Glamour’s February “Powered by Women” issue. Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, Allison Williams, and Zosia Mamet wear Marc Jacobs platforms as they cover the issue that serves as a platform (see what we did there?) for inspiring women. Plus, the entire

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | December 22, 2016

    The Daily Media: 27 Shifts to Discuss

    Chris Gay, formerly president at The Society Management, has been named co-CEO at Elite World.

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  • Kristen Heinzinger | December 21, 2016

    Hearst Digital Reports Record-Breaking Traffic for November

    Another publishing company is squeezing in some positive news before the year’s end. Today, Hearst Magazines Digital Media announced it saw record-breaking traffic in November, with 197.5 million unique visitors, up 26 percent year-over-year. The company gave a shout out to six titles that broke individual brand traffic records, with newbie Best Products taking the cake with an epic increase of almost 11,000 percent. Check

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