Memo Pad

Accessories News

Memo Pad

Raul Martinez Named Condé Nast Corporate Creative Director

Condé Nast is bringing Raul Martinez on full-time as corporate creative director to work with Anna Wintour.

Joanna Coles, Elizabeth Warren

Joanna Coles Interviews Elizabeth Warren at Hearst Tower

Joanna Coles interviewed Elizabeth Warren Tuesday morning at Hearst Tower in Manhattan.

Refinery29 Hires Paula Goldstein Di Principe and Anne-Marie Guarnieri

Refinery29 has hired Paula Goldstein Di Principe as fashion director and Anne-Marie Guarnieri as deputy editor, fashion, beauty and shopping.

Misha Nonoo Among Crain New York Business’ 40 Under 40

Misha Nonoo, Story’s Rachel Shechtman, BaubleBar’s Amy Jain and “Humans of New York” photographer Brandon Stanton are among the picks on Crain New York Business’ 2015 40 Under 40 list.

The Zoe Report’s homepage.

Rachel Zoe Ventures Invests in Software Start-up Bringhub

Rachel Zoe Ventures is among a group of investors that participated in a $1.6 million seed round for a Los Angeles-based software start-up, Bringhub.

Marion Cotillard in the latest Lady Dior campaign, shot by Peter Lindbergh.

Marion Cotillard Goes Solar for New Lady Dior Campaign

Marion Cotillard, hair swept into a small quiff, is pictured in a field of gigantic solar panels for the latest installment of the Lady Dior campaign, slated to break next week in Le Figaro.

Vice Expands Deal With HBO, Adds Newscast

The media company is expanding its partnership with HBO over the next four years to include more programming and a daily news show.

Time Inc. Replaces Coastal Living Editor in Chief

Steele Marcoux has been named editor in chief of Coastal Living, replacing Antonia van der Meer.

Daily Front Row Parts Ways With Publisher Paul Turcotte

Fashion show tabloid The Daily Front Row has parted company with its publisher Paul Turcotte.

Major Pay Bump for Arthur Sulzberger Jr. at The New York Times

The New York Times Co. revealed that chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. is poised to receive a 28.8 percent increase in total compensation in fiscal 2014.