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Anne Fulenwider to Head Marie Claire

The former editor in chief of Brides succeeds Joanna Coles, who has been named editor in chief of Cosmopolitan.

Anne Fulenwider is the new editor in chief of Marie Claire, succeeding Joanna Coles, who will become editor in chief of Cosmopolitan. Fulenwider previously served as executive editor at Marie Claire before taking the job as editor in chief of Brides in October 2011. “Anne had been an invaluable senior member of the Marie Claire team, working closely with Joanna Coles on the vision for the brand, and we are thrilled to welcome her back as editor-in-chief,” said Hearst Magazines president David Carey. “Her deep knowledge of the brand and sharp sense of what’s happening both on the news and style front make her the right choice to step into this role.”

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