We like to keep up-to-date with the changes across the media, and this week we take a look at some of the recent changes across the lifestyle, fashion, and consumer media.
Krissy Turner is the new digital style assistant for the Telegraph Magazine, in Saturday’s Daily Telegraph. She is looking for fashion news, new collections in stores and online.
For the latest, follow her on Twitter via @KrissyDiaries
We’ve also spotted more changes to the team at telegraph.co.uk – with
Bibby Sowray taking up the role as assistant digital fashion editor, whilst Rosie Cherrington joins as digital intern, and is looking to receive press releases on fashion and beauty and, news on events.
At Telegraph Luxury, Bethan Ryder has been promoted to associate editor, contributing to the website and quarterly magazine. Meanwhile, Stephen Doig is the new assistant editor and will focus on men’s style and technology.
Kate Matharu has been appointed as digital editor for Hearst, looking after titles, including Country Living, House Beautiful and Prima. Kate, who is the former editor at womanandhome.co.uk is keen to receive information and updates on fashion, beauty, wellbeing, food and more.
Lisa Harvey is the new deputy features editor at Glamour, replacing Gemma Askham, focusing on features around fashion, beauty, shopping, travel, relationships and fitness. She was formerly the lifestyle editor at The White Company.
Follow her on Twitter via @LisaJourno
Metro has relaunched its ‘Trend Tracker’ page, focusing on new lines, launches, and much more. Edited by Naomi Mdudu, the page will appear in the paper on Thursdays.
Caroline McGuire has joined the Mail Online’s ‘Femail’ section as reporter, She would like to receive press releases on topics of interest to women, such as food and diet, fashion, health and families, human interest stories, and much more.
Follow her @McGuireCaroline