News & Analysis
9 June 2020
Currently Vanity Fair's executive fashion director, the stylist will succeed Glenda Bailey as the magazine’s first black editor.
23 April 2020
4 March 2020
13 February 2020
Michael Sebastian, editor-in-chief of the Hearst-owned American men’s magazine is grappling with how to honour the brand’s heritage while appealing to a modern audience.
16 January 2020
This week, Karla Otto is succeeded at her eponymous PR label by co-CEOs, while Valentino appoints its first chief brand officer.
15 January 2020
15 January 2020 • By Chantal Fernandez
9 December 2019
Cosmopolitan’s fashion director Aya Kanai will succeed Anne Fulenwider, who has led the title since 2012.
Break Into Fashion
8 September 2019
10 June 2019
Michael Sebastian succeeds Jay Fielden at the American men’s title while continuing to oversee the website — another example of joint editorial leadership of print and digital at Hearst Magazines under President Troy Young.
16 May 2019
As the ex-Vogue editor looks ahead to her legacy, her secret weapon is her son and heir apparent Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld.
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