New York Debuts Revamped ‘The Cut’


By Chris O'Shea Comment

The bigger, better version of New York’s “The Cut,” is here. The new stand alone site — meant to compete with the likes of Jezebel and Vogue — certainly looks better than the old one. The photographs stand out more, the overall look is slicker and the editorial is divided into five, easy-to-locate sections — Fashions, Beauty, Goods, Fame, and Love & War, which will be filled with up to 40 new piece per day.

“New York has a long history publishing compelling fashion content in print, and, for the last four years, covering fashion news online,” said New York’s editor-in-chief Adam Moss, in a press release. “The Cut is far more ambitious—an immersive experience that has both the high impact visual quality of a glossy and the loose dynamism of the web.”

The Cut is led by creative director Stella Bugbee; features editor Maureen O’Connor; senior editor Charlotte Cowles; and beauty editor Christina Han.