As we reported in June, the arrival of Good Housekeeping EIC Jane Francisco precipitated a sea of staffing changes. Following last month’s wave of four hires and many more firings, the magazine’s masthead makeover continues.
Per an announcement today, Good Housekeeping has made four major hires. Succeeding Jasmine Chang as fashion director is Kristen Saladino:
Saladino joins Good Housekeeping from Self, where she had been senior fashion editor since 2007. Prior to that, Saladino was a freelance fashion editor for publications including InStyle, Marie Claire and Teen Vogue, and started her career at Glamour, where she held a variety of fashion editorial positions.
The magazine’s new style director is Lori Bergamatto, formerly a contributing style editor at both Lucky and People Stylewatch. Features editor Kristen Mascia comes to Good Housekeeping from Parade, where she was an articles editor.
And for new beauty director April Franzino, who follows in the footsteps of departed beauty editor Nina Judar, this marks a return to Good Housekeeping. She was an assistant beauty editor for the magazine in 2007 before moving on to work as associate beauty editor at Fitness magazine and as beauty editor at Self.