Teen Vogue, which just upped its rate base, is hiring bodies to help sell extra inventory. Lily Amado Givoni joins as executive director, international fashion and beauty, while Armine Altparmakian comes aboard as creative director-advertising.
Amado Givoni, who previously worked at Allure and The New York Times, has been serving as Elle‘s executive fashion/luxury director since 2007.
Altparmakian is another Allure alum, having been its creative director-advertising since 2000. At TV, she’ll run its In-House program that works directly with clients.
The release, which strangely does not mention the mag’s increased rate base, after the jump.
New York, NY, September 19, 2008 Lily Amado Givoni has been named Executive Director, International Fashion and Beauty, and Armine Altparmakian has been named Creative Director-Advertising of Teen Vogue, a Conde Nast Publication. The appointments were made today by Laura McEwen, Publisher of Teen Vogue, and are effective October 1, 2008 and October 9, 2008 respectively.
Lily Amado Givoni joins Teen Vogue from Elle magazine where she served as Executive Fashion/Luxury Director since 2007. Prior to her post at Elle, Lily held fashion and beauty positions at both Allure, where she served as European Fashion/Luxury Director, and at The New York Times as account manager for International Fashion (2002-2004) and Beauty (2001-2002).
Lily will manage European designer fashion and prestige beauty, maintaining Teen Vogue’s leading market share position and continued dominance in the fashion sector for the teen market. She will report directly to Laura Frerer-Schmidt, Advertising Director. Lily is a graduate of Union College.
Armine Altparmakian joins Teen Vogue from Allure where she served as Creative Director-Advertising since 2000, having created Allure’s in-house studio Image Lab. From 1997 to 2000, Armine held key positions at Weider Publications for magazines including Shape, Fit Pregnancy and Natural Health.
At Teen Vogue, Armine will be responsible for the overall design and branding on all Teen Vogue marketing and promotion collateral and programming. She will run Teen Vogue In-House the magazine’s creative studio working directly with advertising clients to create innovative in-book campaigns and integrated programs. She will report directly to Lauren Bogad Jay, Associate Publisher, Marketing. Armine is a graduate of Montclair State College.
TEEN VOGUE: FASHION STARTS HERE.
Teen Vogue, where fashion starts, is a Conde Nast publication bringing together style-conscious girls everywhere as the number one source of relevant fashion and beauty news. Teen Vogue brings the sophistication and authority of Vogue to a new generation of savvy young adults with the desire to be on the cutting edge of fashion, beauty and style. Launched in February 2003, Teen Vogue publishes 10 issues a year and has a guaranteed circulation of 950,000.