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Marie Claire France Names Editor in Chief

Marianne Mairesse succeeds Christine Leiritz, who left the magazine in December 2013.

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MAIRESSE PROMOTED AT MARIE CLAIRE FRANCE: Marie Claire France has appointed Marianne Mairesse as editor in chief. Mairesse, 40, started her career at Marie Claire and most recently served as its deputy editor in chief since November. She succeeds Christine Leiritz, who left the magazine in December.

Mairesse is to hire a deputy editor in chief in the coming weeks, the Marie Claire Group said.

This story first appeared in the May 27, 2014 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

In 2013, paid circulation of Marie Claire in France was 404,306, down from 428,367 in 2012, according to France’s Circulation Audit Bureau.

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