Anne-Marie Curtis named new editor-in-chief of ELLE

04 Apr 2017  |  David Pidgeon 
Anne-Marie Curtis named new editor-in-chief of ELLE

Hearst Magazines UK has announced the appointment of Anne-Marie Curtis as the new editor-in-chief of fashion mag ELLE UK.

Curtis, who joined the title in 2004 and was previously the publication's fashion editor, replaces Lorraine Candy, who departed in November 2016.

"The calibre of applicants for the role of editor-in-chief of ELLE UK was incredibly strong but Anne-Marie was the outstanding candidate," said Jacqui Cave, group publishing director, ELLE UK.

"Her intimate knowledge and understanding of the ELLE DNA and the spirit of the ELLE woman enabled her to present a creative vision for the magazine and the ELLE business that was simply outstanding."

Curtis added: "I am truly honoured to be taking the helm of such an incredible brand at such an exciting time in media. This is my dream job and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to take ELLE to new creative and editorial heights.”

ELLE launched in 1985 and is published monthly. It has a current circulation of almost 169,000 according to the latest ABC figures.


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