The longest presidential campaign any of us can remember—with one of the most shocking outcomes, at least to the media—not only dominated our consciousness and conversation in 2016, it also […]
Diehard fans of Time Inc.'s Southern Living can live in a Southern Living-branded house filled with Southern Living-branded décor, thanks to the brand's formidable stable of brand extensions.
Country Living is getting a new editorial team and new home base, publisher Hearst announced today. Rachel Hardage Barrett, currently executive editor of Time Inc.’s Southern Living, will take over as the magazine’s editor in chief, replacing Sarah Gray Miller, who is “leaving to pursue other projects,” according to a spokesperson.
Southern Living, already a behemoth in the brand extension department (you can buy Southern Living furniture, bedroom linens, tableware, and even house plans), is giving "living" the brand experience a whole new meaning with a Southern Living Hotel Collection.
Across the South, the start of fall can only mean one thing: college football, and along with it the time-honored tradition of tailgating. Riding the enormous popularity of the weekend ritual, Southern Living recently kicked off its own tailgating season.
Time Inc.’s Lifestyle Group editor Sid Evans has landed a big fish in his effort to rebuild his magazine stable, hiring food editor Hunter Lewis away from Condé Nast’s Bon Appétit.