The duo, who first worked together more than four decades ago, are now coeditors at Air Mail.
Condé Nast is looking at ways its brands can monetize live events as traditional print advertising continues to struggle.
The issue, hitting newsstands on March 17, features on the cover the portraits of 48 Italian women who are actively contributing to the evolution of the country.
The stylist, who remains at the Condé Nast publication, will serve as strategic partner to the e-commerce site.
The list, founded by publicist Eleanor Lambert in 1940, is now in its second year at Air Mail.
Given the pandemic-led tumult in entertainment, the Condé Nast magazine’s annual “Hollywood Issue” has also been delayed.
A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the last two weeks.
The addition of Martinez follows a string of recent senior-level promotions at the lingerie brand in an effort to turn the business around.
Carlos now leads Cuup’s editorial team.
Dubbed “America Anno Zero” and focusing on the American presidential elections, the issue will feature Jane Fonda on the cover and include content curated by the Vanity Fair U.S. editorial team.
Editor-in-chief Radhika Jones made the announcement at the same time as revealing a number of other changes to the masthead.
Cosmo Unlocked launched earlier this month, offering readers unlimited digital access for $2 a month.