Style Director, Town & Country

#4926   |   Editorial- Senior Level New York, New York

T&C  seeks a veteran editor well versed in the arts and popular culture, particularly in fashion and interior design, to oversee its style-related pages. General duties include:

  • Generate story ideas for features as well as FOB sections such as Style Spy, Bright Things, and Social Network.
  • Write, assign, and edit pieces on interior design, fashion and style, jewelry, society.
  • Attend photo shoots when needed.
  • Write and edit display type.
  • Attend market and industry events as an ambassador for T&C and to report on afore-mentioned topics.
  • Contribute to the magazine’s website.
  • Spearhead custom units produced in conjunction with major advertisers.

Must have a B.A. in a related field and at least 7-10 years' experience covering interior design and fashion at a print magazine, plus editing staff copy as well as freelance writers; knowledge of and keen interest in T&C's aesthetic and content also required. Proficiency in K4, Woodwing, or similar publishing system helpful.

Hearst Magazines is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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