NEW YORK — Conde Nast Publications shuffled some of its publishers Monday.
Suzanne Grimes was named vice president and publisher of Glamour, succeeding Deborah Fine, who resigned. Grimes had been publisher of Allure since last May and was named vice president of Conde Nast last month.
Replacing Grimes is Nancy Landsman Berger, who becomes Allure’s vice president and publisher. Berger was named vice president of corporate sales at Conde Nast in February. From 1997 to 2001, she served as associate publisher of Vanity Fair.