The Cut Adds Cathy Horyn to Its Fashion Week Team

Sometimes, CAPS in a press release are completely WARRANTED

Sometimes, CAPS in a press release are completely WARRANTED. Especially when the release involves the big, bold world of spring-fall fashion and a name-brand subject matter expert.

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From today’s New York magazine announcement that Cathy Horyn is joining The Cut as critic-at-large to comment on Fashion Week collections:

“Cathy is a GIANT in the industry, justly celebrated for her insights into fashion, superb writing and authoritative takes,” says editorial director Stella Bugbee. “We’re thrilled to add her voice to Fashion Week coverage at The Cut.”

Horyn joined the New York Times as chief fashion critic in 1999 and established herself as the preeminent voice on fashion during her tenure. She was awarded the CFDA’s Eugenia Sheppard Media Award in 2002 and is the author of Joe Eula: Master of Twentieth-Century Fashion Illustration (Harper Design, November 2014).

“I loved working with Cathy at the Times and I love even more the opportunity to work with her at The Cut,” says New York editor-in-chief Adam Moss. “She’s as good as they get.”

In December, The Cut registered its best month of Web traffic with 11.3 million unique visitors.

[Photo courtesy: The Cut]

Previously on FishbowlNY:
Cathy Horyn Resigns from NY Times

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