Life After EIC: How Former Editors Have Reinvented Their Careers After Leaving Publishing
"It feels very optimistic to know that there are chapters, as opposed to an ending."
Former 'Lucky' Editor Brandon Holley Gets Into the Tech Scene With a Shopping App
Called Everywear, it's all about helping women shop based on what's already in their closets.
Anna Wintour and Brandon Holley Butted Heads at Lucky
As you may have heard by now, Eva Chen has replaced Brandon Holley as the new Editor in Chief of Lucky, effective immediately. Chen's appointment followed her being brought onto Lucky by Conde Nast artistic director Anna Wintour as a consulting editor, to help save the failing magazine. And while we still don't know what lies ahead for Holley, we do know more about the reason for her sudden departure.
Anna Wintour Brings On Eva Chen to Help Save Lucky Magazine
When Anna Wintour was promoted to Conde Nast's artistic director she said her role would be like a "one-person consulting firm." In addition to her duties as Vogue's editor in chief and Teen Vogue's editorial director she would meet with the editors of Conde's other titles to offer advice and strategy. Lucky magazine, with its drop in ad pages over the last few years (the mag dropped 38 pages in 2012) and flagging circulation, is at the top of the list, it seems.
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Blogger Directory Site Fohr Card Launches With Industry Support from CFDA, Lucky and More
Launching at a time when bloggers are perhaps more valuable than ever to brands--and at a time when brands are still trying to figure out how to connect with and how best to use bloggers--Fohr card has signed on some pretty big names.
Desk Side: Inside Lucky EIC Brandon Holley's Office/Changing Room/Tomato Stand
Welcome back to our new column, Desk Side! Sorry, PRs, we stole your lingo and in this new feature we’ll go to the desks of some of your favorite des