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Good Housekeeping Seeks Style Guru for Fashion Director Gig

Attention style experts: Good Housekeeping is on the hunt for a new fashion director to oversee the production of all fashion pages for the monthly Hearst title. The position is located in New York City.

If hired, you will be responsible for conceptualizing and pitching stories; market work; and working with the photo department to coordinate and produce photo shoots. The fashion director will also contribute to Good Buzz and other sections of the magazine that include fashion content, while styling non-fashion stories, as well.

The mag doesn’t list any specific requirements for the job, but it’s safe to assume that candidates should have plenty of consumer magazine experience under their belts, with a focus on (and passion for) fashion and lifestyle. If you can set yourself apart from the rest, you’re in. Interested? Apply here.

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