With a fully integrated editorial and commercial department, Deborah’s remit extends across all platforms.
Camilla Newman, publishing director of Glamour, commented, “I’m so excited to be working with Deborah again and welcoming her back to Condé Nast. With her wide experience in digital from start-ups to established brands as well as significant print knowledge as a former magazine editor, she is perfectly placed to take brand Glamour into its new beauty focused digital era.”
Deborah Joseph added, “It’s an honour to be given the opportunity to reimagine Glamour’s iconic brand for the digital age. It’s a brand I’ve loved since its launch. There are hugely innovative and exciting opportunities for beauty-first content across various platforms, from digital and print to experiential. I’m looking forward to working with Glamour’s content and commercial teams across all of these.”
This is a return to Condé Nast and to Glamour for Deborah, who previously worked on the launch of the magazine as entertainment editor, later becoming associate editor. In 2004 Deborah moved to the Daily Mail, before returning to Condé Nast as editor of Brides, subsequently becoming editor of Easy Living. Since 2013 she has worked as a content consultant and editor on various digital projects including startups ASAP54, Entrago & Peanut, as well as brands including Jenny Packham and TUI. Deborah will take up her new role with immediate effect, reporting to Camilla Newman.
This is the first appointment made following the announcement regarding the new direction for Glamour in the UK. Following extensive research, the re-oriented Glamour beauty hub for todays’ consumer will be even more populated, including how to’s; product reviews; videos; cross pollination with influencers and vloggers; reader reviews and peer opinion.
In parallel with this digital transformation debuting in early 2018, the print frequency of Glamour will alter to bi-annual, with the first print issue on newsstand in March coinciding with the Glamour Beauty Festival, bringing the beauty content of the media brand to life.
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