The editors are slowly but surely making some staffing changes.
The editorial progeny is putting her genes to work with a new column in Carine Roitfeld’s magazine.
The friend-finding app is looking to expand into more content, events and paid memberships.
Carey said he’s headed to a year-long program at Harvard University and plans to focus on “societal issues” going forward.
Marina Khidekel was most recently an editor at Women’s Health.
The magazine is looking to emphasize its corner on the lucrative global wellness market.
This is the first hire under new editor in chief Richard Dorment, and more changes are on the way.
It was an apparent reference to Town & Country’s Philanthropy Summit.
Whitney Robinson wants the design glossy to better reflect the many aspects and people of design.
Gabriela Hearst, this year’s Pratt Visionary Award winner, caught every runway look in the show that featured 20 designers.
The annual summit will be held at Hearst Tower on May 9.
The Hearst editors joined in conversation Tuesday night to discuss Coles’ book on finding love in the digital age.