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 […]
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When Stellene Volandes was promoted in March from Town & Country’s executive style director to editor in chief, she knew that the magazine’s 170-year legacy was one of its greatest […]
Specs Current gig Editor in chief of Esquire; editorial director of Town & Country Previous gig Editor in chief of Town & Country Age 46
There's a significant changing of the guard taking place at Hearst where it was announced today that longtime Esquire editor in chief David Granger will step down after nearly 20 years leading the iconic publication. His replacement: Jay Fielden, the editor responsible for transforming Town & Country from dusty publication to buzzy brand.
Coco Chanel once remarked, "I don't do fashion, I am fashion." Few designers could have gotten away with such singular self-aggrandizement, but Chanel had earned the right—with her little black dresses, her perfumes and, of course, her handbags.
The Clio Sports Awards heated up the summer with a show-stopping event at Cipriani 42 Street in Manhattan. VIPs and brand sponsors also kicked off The Essence Festival in New […]
The Billboard Music Awards kicked off in Las Vegas with A-list celebs while magazines in New York hosted charities. Here's a look at advertising and entertainment's latest notable events.
The fashion forward are not limited to the runways of Paris, Milan and New York. Welcome to Fashion Week—in Hoboken. As in New Jersey. Also, Seattle, Tampa, Phoenix, Austin, Brooklyn and Omaha.
In addition to Town & Country's usual luxe lifestyle coverage, readers will find a bonus in the new March issue: A 16-page pull-out guide to Paris, sponsored by quintessentially Parisian fashion house Dior.