Adweek celebrated its annual L.A. Issue at Dollar Shave Club’s headquarters in Los Angeles; in New York, Happy Socks threw a bash at the Gramercy Hotel celebrating its partnership with […]
From The Republican National Convention in Cleveland to red carpets in Los Angeles, media stars were everywhere this week, celebrating premieres, launches and summer.
This week, magazines and their editors were out to enjoy spring in New York. The Daily Mail hosted Jack and Suzy Welch, and Marie Claire’s Nina Garcia mingled at a shoe-shopping […]
Elle design director Paul Ritter is leaving Hearst Magazines to become creative director of rival Condé Nast title Glamour. Ritter, who will replace the magazine’s creative director of five years, Geraldine Hessler, starts Nov. 11.
Glamour has hired its first digital art director, a move that underscores its effort to reach the digital natives craved by the fashion brand and its advertisers.
Monday proved to be a major day for girl power in the world of New York media, with both Cosmopolitan and Glamour hosting boldfaced name-studded events (which, apparently, had been unintentionally scheduled for the same day).