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Topic: Brandon Holley

Condé Nast Swaps Lucky Editor

Eva Chen, Anna Wintour's right hand, replaces Brandon Holley

A day after shaking up the publisher ranks at Glamour, Condé Nast has replaced Brandon Holley as editor of Lucky, its smaller but ailing fashion magazine. Holley’s replacement is Eva Chen,…

Lucky Shake-Up Puts Focus on E-Commerce

Execs insist print magazine isn't going away, though

Lucky magazine, the Condé Nast shopping-focused fashion title, is shaking up its strategy and its executive ranks. Today, the company announced that Lucky is launching a new e-commerce platform and…

'Lucky' Mag's Technology Solution

Shopping magazine uses app to launch user-generated section

Lucky, the Condé Nast shopping magazine, is launching an online section that will be entirely user-generated. The section, called Lucky Community, is set to launch in August and will be…

'Lucky' Goes Hollywood

Shopping magazine takes blogger conference to L.A.

Tech startups aren’t just for geeks in their garages anymore. Celebrities, eager to share their fabulous lives with the rest of us, are the new digerati. Shopping magazine Lucky is hopping…

Surprise Column in 'Glamour'

'Lucky' editor Brandon Holley gets personal in sister mag

The article “Real Life: Man With a Gun” in April’s Glamour magazine tells the first-person account of a woman faced with a burglar one night in her Brooklyn apartment. The…

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