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Condé Nast Traveler Cuts Exec Editor and Two Senior Editors

Pilar Guzmán continues to remake Condé Nast Traveler to fit her vision. The downside of that is when you don’t suit that new version, you’re shown the door. According to The New York Post the latest staffers to find the exit are executive editor Kevin Doyle and senior editors Alison Humes and Dinda Elliott.

This is the second round of big cuts to hit Traveler. Earlier this month, Guzmán parted ways with managing editor Dee Aldrich, photo editor Kathleen Klech and Mike ConnollyTraveler’s style director.

Dropping Doyle, Humes and Elliott might help Guzmán shape Traveler to her liking, but anyone who has been following Condé drama lately knows that these moves must’ve been approved by Anna Wintour. Wintour has been overseeing more cuts than a Jo-Ann Fabric scrapbooking class.

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