Natasha Pearlman, ex vice direttore di Elle UK e di The Sun’s Fabulous, è il nuovo redattore capo di Grazia Magazine. Secondo Theguardian.com, la Pearlman prenderà il posto di Jane Bruton che ha lasciato il periodico per accasarsi presso il Telegraph Media Group. La data di decorrenza di questa nomina è ancora da precisare, è certo però che il nuovo redattore capo dovrà rispondere direttamente al publisher Lauren Holleyoake.
Natasha Pearlman, the former deputy editor of Elle and The Sun’s Fabulous magazine, has been hired as the new editor of Grazia magazine.
Pearlman has worked as deputy editor of British Elle for the last three years, and previously held the same role at the Sun’s Fabulous magazine.
She has also worked as features editor at the News of the World, and associate editor and commissioning editor on the Daily Mail’s Femail section.
“We are hugely excited to be continuing the evolution of Grazia over the next 10 years with Natasha at the helm,” said Abby Carvosso, managing director of Bauer Media’s London lifestyle magazine business. “Her ideas and vision for the brand show a deep understanding of our upscale audience and the complexity of bringing together the speed and glossiness which Grazia is famous for.”
Pearlman takes over from editor-in-chief Jane Bruton, who is leaving to join Telegraph Media Group as director of lifestyle and deputy editor on 20 March.
“I am thrilled to be joining Grazia at such an exciting time in the magazine’s history,” said Pearlman. “What they have achieved in the last 10 years has been era-defining and I am so excited to lead the brand as it embarks on the next decade.”
Pearlman’s start date is yet to be confirmed; she will report to publisher Lauren Holleyoake.