LONDON — Sue Crewe, who edited the U.K. edition of House & Garden for more than two decades, will retire in October 2014, Condé Nast confirmed in a statement on Tuesday.
Nicholas Coleridge, president of Condé Nast International and managing director of Condé Nast Britain, called Crewe’s magazine “quintessentially English,” while showcasing homes from almost every part of the world.
The statement said a succession plan would be revealed in due course.
During Crewe’s tenure, the two annual House & Garden fairs, Spirit of Summer, and Spirit of Christmas, were both launched, while the new House & Garden website, House was unveiled earlier this month. House & Garden’s latest ABC figure was 120,008 from the period July-December.
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