Anthony Mazzola, former editor in chief of Town & Country and Harper’s Bazaar, died Wednesday in New York at age 90.
Mazzola, who also was the curator of Hearst Corp.’s fine art collection, started his career at the publishing company as an art director. In 1948, at the age of 25, Mazzola joined T&C as the youngest art director in the magazine’s history. He held that post for nearly two decades, ultimately becoming editor in chief in 1965.
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