Suze Yalof Schwartz, Glamour’s executive fashion editor-at-large, is leaving the magazine after 14 years to follow her husband to California for a job. Anne Christensen is pulling in Melissa Ventosa Martin from T: The New York Times Style Magazine to replace her, but the title has changed. Ms. Ventosa Martin will come on at Glamour as style director, according to Daily Front Row.
Ms. Christensen and Ms. Ventosa Martin worked together for five years at T, where the latter was the market director for women’s fashion. She will be an important piece of the puzzle as Cindi Leive works on boosting Glamour‘s fashion coverage, following the hire of Ms. Christensen.
Ms. Schwartz told Daily Front Row that she will miss New York Fashion Week and doing makeovers at the magazine. “Recently, we gave out 300 bras in Central Park to those who were willing to switch on the spot,” she said.