Join Us As We Learn How Digital Editors Are Bringing Print Magazines Into the Modern Age

We're discussing this — with the help of a panel of the industry's top talents — at our New York conference next month.
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We're discussing this — with the help of a panel of the industry's top talents — at our New York conference next month.
Omw to make some #content. Photo: @instylemagazine/Instagram

Omw to make some #content. Photo: @instylemagazine/Instagram

Get ready to mark your calendar — that is, if you hadn't done so already! — because our fifth annual "How to Make It in Fashion" conference is coming to New York City, and it's coming soon. On Friday, Nov. 3, join us and our (best-ever) lineup that's loaded with industry pros, from designers to editors and executives to influencers. This year, we're delving deep into the publishing world as we discuss how rapidly magazines are changing — and what digital teams are doing to modernize those glossies we've known and loved for decades.

At our "How Digital Editors Are Bringing Fashion's Print Titles into the Modern Age" panel, we've assembled four bona fide all-stars who are leading their respective titles into a new era of fast-paced content creation. These men and women — including Elle's Digital Director Leah Chernikoff, InStyle's Site Director Ruthie Friedlander, W Magazine's Digital Editorial Director Sarah Leon and Them's Chief Content Officer (as well as Teen Vogue and Allure's Digital Editorial Director) Phillip Picardi — are leading the charge: They're building whip-smart writing staffs, churning out timely and culturally important content at all hours of the day (and night) and hitting traffic goals, all while working with their print counterparts. Just typing that tuckered us out.

If you want to hear their insights, ask our panel your questions and even pick up a few career tips along the way, get your tickets today, right here

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