The New York Times Names Hanya Yanagihara Editor of T Magazine
The New York Times announced today that Hanya Yanagihara has been named the new editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Ms. Yanagihara is the author of two novels: “A Little Life” and “The People in the Trees.” T Magazine, currently published 11 times a year, is dedicated to the coverage of fashion, style, art, literature, design, interiors and travel. Previously, Ms. Yanagihara had been editor-at-large of Condé Nast Traveler and served as deputy editor of T Magazine. In 2015, her book "A Little Life" was named to the shortlist for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction, as well as the National Book Award for Fiction.
Media.Figaro launches 14 Haussmann
Group Figaro launches 14Haussmann, a new structure at the crossroads of a creative agency and an advertising sales house. Marketing, innovation, brand content and culture departments of Media.Figaro are now part of this new business which is managed by newly appointed Benjamin Lassalle, Deputy Managing Director Brand Content and Brand Publishing of Media.Figaro, reporting to Aurore Domont, President of Media.Figaro.
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Dominic Teja Sidhu, the new Creative Director of T Brand Studio
Dominic Teja Sidhu - Dominic has over a decade of experience in luxury advertising, fashion and lifestyle editorial, and film. He's worked with brands like LVMH, Parfums Christian Dior, Tom Ford Beauty, CK One Color, Jimmy Choo, and Vilebrequin. Editorially, he collaborated with former Vogue Paris Editor-in-Chief Carine Roitfeld to establish and edit her magazine CR Fashion Book.
Kate Reardon joins The Times as Editor-in-Chief of LUXX
Kate Reardon joins The Times as Editor-in-Chief of LUXX . Jeremy Langmead becomes Editor-at-Large. Extra edition of LUXX to be published this year in November. The Times today announced that Kate Reardon, former editor of Tatler, has been appointed editor-in-chief of LUXX, The Times’s glossy magazine focused on ‘the best of everything’.
The launch of PORTER digital
This February sees the game-changing debut of PORTER digital: beautiful, inspirational, original, PORTER content delivered online. Everyday.
T Magazine Unveils Print, Digital Refresh featuring New Columns and Bold Voices
T Magazine will introduce its refresh online today, Wednesday, Feb. 7, and in print on Sunday, Feb. 18, featuring new content and a new look under the direction of editor in chief Hanya Yanagihara and creative director Patrick Li. With Ms. Yanagihara at the helm, readers will find a richness of lively elevated writing, intimate profiles, stunning photography, and diverse voices that define the cultural moment we live in now.
CESANAMEDIA acquires the representation of PAPER
Cesanamedia starts a collaboration, on the Italian market, with PAPER Communications which includes the print magazine, the digital business, and the creative agency Extra Extra. It has recently been acquired by ENTtech Media Group, media company founded by Tom Florio, former Condé Nast Publishing Director of Vogue and Drew Elliott, Chief Creative Officer of PAPER Communications, and XRM Media. Founded in 1984, PAPER Communications is a multi-platform company that publishes a magazine and website and also provides marketing services to a range of companies looking to connect their brands to culture and its communities. Services range from cultural strategy, experiential marketing, event production, custom content, communications strategy and influencer marketing.
The Times and The Sunday Times have reached a milestone
All News UK newspaper titles now occupy the number one sector slot in print sales. This milestone moment follows The Times overtaking The Daily Telegraph to top the daily quality category sales in the December ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations) figures.
The Sunday Times: welcome to your new-look Style
“We’ve had an elegant, modern refresh — one that will showcase our new ideas and increased commitment to fashion and beauty”, announces Lorraine Candy, Editor-in-Chief di STYLE and luxury content director, The Sunday Times, “But we don’t want to be with you only on a Sunday — we want to be part of your daily life too. So we’re launching Seven Days of Style across all our social-media platforms, delivering new stories, all day every day”.