News & Analysis
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.
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10 January 2019
New editor-in-chief Will Welch wants the magazine to appeal to menswear enthusiasts with a more sophisticated focus on fashion. Readers looking to match their pocket square to their tie will have to turn to the website.
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