Former Jane Staffer Kelley Culp Named Editor-in-Chief of Full Frontal Fashion

Growing up, my favorite magazines were Sassy and Jane. I paid almost as much attention to the bylines as I did to the articles. (The voices were so strong that I felt like I kind of knew these people. And seeing as I wanted to be a fashion writer, I hoped that I eventually would.) It's been interesting to observe where my favorites have ended up in the aftermath of Jane's demise. Some are still around. But others have seemingly fallen off the face of the glossy earth. (Can you hear me, Claudine Ko? I miss your hilarity!) Anyways, one ex-Jane staffer just got a big job. Kelley Culp, most recently a fashion editor at Page Six Magazine, which also shuttered, is now the editor-in-chief of FullFrontalFashion.com, the leg of Sundance responsible for those great pre-fashion week documentaries, as well as Joe Zee's new show.
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Growing up, my favorite magazines were Sassy and Jane. I paid almost as much attention to the bylines as I did to the articles. (The voices were so strong that I felt like I kind of knew these people. And seeing as I wanted to be a fashion writer, I hoped that I eventually would.) It's been interesting to observe where my favorites have ended up in the aftermath of Jane's demise. Some are still around. But others have seemingly fallen off the face of the glossy earth. (Can you hear me, Claudine Ko? I miss your hilarity!) Anyways, one ex-Jane staffer just got a big job. Kelley Culp, most recently a fashion editor at Page Six Magazine, which also shuttered, is now the editor-in-chief of FullFrontalFashion.com, the leg of Sundance responsible for those great pre-fashion week documentaries, as well as Joe Zee's new show.
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Growing up, my favorite magazines were Sassy and Jane. I paid almost as much attention to the bylines as I did to the articles. (The voices were so strong that I felt like I kind of knew these people. And seeing as I wanted to be a fashion writer, I hoped that I eventually would.) It's been interesting to observe where my favorites have ended up in the aftermath of Jane's demise. Some are still around. But others have seemingly fallen off the face of the glossy earth. (Can you hear me, Claudine Ko? I miss your hilarity!)

Anyways, one ex-Jane staffer just got a big job. Kelley Culp, most recently a fashion editor at Page Six Magazine, which also shuttered, is now the editor-in-chief of FullFrontalFashion.com, the leg of Sundance responsible for those great pre-fashion week documentaries, as well as Joe Zee's new show.

Along with promoting the Sundance Channel's fashion content, the site will feature fashion news, features, and work by contributors like Lynn Yaeger, Indigo Clarke, Elizabeth Spiridakis and Cator Sparks.

Good luck to Kelley! We hope there's a bit of Jane's humor and wit infused into FFF's content.