Ariel Foxman

Ariel Foxman

Editor-in-Chief, InStyle US

The Harvard graduate and InStyle’s first ever male editor has helped make the title one of the most popular fashion magazines in America.

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The Harvard graduate and InStyle’s first ever male editor has helped make the title one of the most popular fashion magazines in America.

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Biography

Ariel Foxman’s editorship of InStyle has seen it become the fashion magazine with the largest circulation in the United States, with a readership of over 10.9 million. Foxman reports directly to Time Inc. editor-in-chief Martha Nelson and oversees the US edition of InStyle, as well as 17 international editions and the magazine’s online presence.

His responsibilities include its market-leading social media channels, which have been a key success achieved during Foxman’s editorship. InStyle has over 2.3 million Twitter followers, making it more popular on the micro-blogging platform than the American editions of Elle and Vogue.

Ariel Foxman was appointed managing editor of InStyle in 2008. Immediately prior to his appointment, he acted as an editor-at-large for Time Inc. Foxman has written for The New York Times, Fortune, Wired, Details, Out and O at Home. In addition to his editorial work, Foxman is a judge on Lifetime’s Project Accessory, a Project Runway spin-off. In 2009, Forbes named Foxman one of the most powerful fashion editors in the world.

Career

  • InStyle Magazine
    InStyle Magazine

    Editor-in-Chief, InStyle US 2008 - Present, New York, United States

  • Cargo Magazine
    Cargo Magazine

    Founding Editor 2003 - 2007

  • The New Yorker
    The New Yorker

    Editorial Assistant 1998 - 1999

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