Just when you thought we’d reached the final frontier of the ANTMization of the world, we get word that Tyra and her cohorts are just getting started. Witness: Cycle 7 first-runner up Melrose, as the new face of Scoop NYC. Though she looks rather fresh and cute and, for lack of a better word, Scoopalicious, we have been sitting in our Chloe wedges (well, Faran has, and I’ve been sitting in something less fabulous but aspirational nonetheless) thinking, “What, they couldn’t have at least gotten one of the actual winners, instead of this runner-up nonsense?
Get the Scoop on Glamour.com's Relaunch and New Hires
With 5.5 million monthly uniques and five million followers on social media, Glamour.com is the largest web property out of Conde Nast's women's magazines. But Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, along with Digital Managing Director Mike Hofman are looking to grow even bigger. "These are numbers we've achieved with our old site, which is fine, but certainly not the kind of site that was going to take us out of the magazine companion site category and really make us a player," Leive told us. Despite the fact that ad pages in print mags still draw more money for publishers, Leive understand the importance of digital (something that can't be said for all print editors).