All posts tagged "ELLE"
Mover of the Week: Glamour’s Justine Harman
Justine Harman is departing Hearst Tower as senior entertainment editor at ELLE.com to become Glamour's senior editor, a major reentry into the print world. She gives the dish on where she's been (the early days of MK and Ashley's The Row and the pre-megafame era of Kylie Jenner), where you'll find her around NYC, and where she's heading.
Elle.com Profiles Christian Siriano on His Loyal Fans
Elle.com exclusively profiled designer Christian Siriano in a new feature titled “For Christian Siriano, Inclusivity Isn’t a Buzzword—It’s a Lifeline”. The piece recounts, among his other big fashion coups, how Siriano landed actress and SNL star Leslie Jones as a client thanks to Twitter a few weeks back. Refresher: just before her premiere for Ghostbusters the actress tweeted, “funny how
ELLE’s Beauty Director Schools Brands on Winning Over Millennials
Yesterday, decision-makers in the beauty biz got together at the Hilton in midtown NYC (conveniently just blocks from Estée Lauder) for Fashion Group International’s Art of the Beauty Deal. While panelists—from Kiehl’s, Estée Lauder, HSN, and Laura Geller Beauty—were there to discuss mergers and acquisitions (a.k.a. which brands should the big guys scoop up?), we j’adored ELLE fitness and beauty
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
Harper’s Bazaar Wins the Most Hearst Editorial Excellence Awards
Hearst Magazines announced the winners of the 2015 Editorial Excellence Awards yesterday. Top titles include Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan.com, Esquire, and ELLE, to name a few, with Harper’s Bazaar U.S. taking home the most accolades. All 150 print and digital editions worldwide were considered for the 14 categories, and a total of 12 of the 42 finalists made it
Who Took Home an ELLE Style Award in London?
The ELLE UK Style Awards were held at London’s Tate Britain last night, with H&M as partner, acting as the unofficial close to London Fashion Week, which is always the zippiest “week” of the month. An army of models attended, including Jourdan Dunn, Arizona Muse, Toni Garrn, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Karlie Kloss, who picked up the Inspiring Woman of the Year
The Daily Media: 65 Shifts to Discuss
Patrick Harriman, formerly managing director at V Agency, has been named head of accounts at Baron & Baron New York. Caroline de Fayet, formerly fashion and accessories deputy editor at ELLE France, has been named fashion editor in chief. Amanda Sabatelle, formerly director of U.S. PR at Ralph Lauren Fragrances at L’Oréal, has been named
The Assistant Files, Vol. 69: Chloe Post, Jonathan Simkhai
Jonathan Simkhai nabbed a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award this past fall, and his label’s influence continues to grow. In the midst of pre-fall showings and Fall ’16 Fashion Week prep, his right hand (and “left and right brain”) Chloe Post gave us a peek behind the scenes. Raised in a family of artists, schooled at SCAD, and trained at a variety of fashion and
Hearst Reports Growth in 2015
Hearst kicked off the new year with some good news. CEO Steve Swartz circulated a memo companywide reporting that Hearst saw overall growth in 2015 (6%) for the fifth consecutive year, including in areas that reach far and beyond its best-selling glossy titles like Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, and ELLE. The company is also tapped into healthcare, automotive marketing and rental cars, online auctions, and a digital home design service. Swartz says the biggest move
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