Memo Pad

September 2012
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/5/2012, Vol. 204 Issue 48, p9
Trade Publication
The article reviews advertising campaigns for Barneys New York and announces staff changes at magazines. Joanna Coles, former editor in chief of "Marie Claire" magazine, will take over the position of editor at "Cosmopolitan" magazine after editor Kate White leaves, and will be succeeded at "Marie Claire" by Anne Fulenwider. Advertising campaigns featuring model Penelope Tree and shot by photographer Paolo Roversi, and another featuring model Irina Kulikova for Barneys are reviewed.


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