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Posts Tagged ‘Carol McColgin’

Fashion Designer Zac Posen Guest Edits Rebranded THR Style Section

The URL is very clever. Combining the fashion industry term pret-a-porter (French for “ready-to-wear“) with their outlet name, Janice Min and co. have come up with Pret-a-Reporter.

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Fashion designer Zac Posen is the first guest editor of the new digital Style section launched today. More broadly and permanently at the helm is Hollywood Reporter style editor Erin Weinger:

Weinger previously served as director of digital content for fashion and interior designer Kelly Wearstler. Her career in fashion journalism began as a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times IMAGE section. After leaving the Times, she consulted on new media projects for LA-based fashion public relations firm SPR before co-founding the editorial website StyleSectionLA.com.

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Hollywood Reporter Trots Out New Fashion Blog

There’s no doubt that the very best thing about today’s announcement by the Hollywood Reporter of a new “FASHtrack” print and online fashion column is the accompanying headshot (pictured) of contributing editor Elizabeth Snead. Seriously, the late Stieg Larsson could not have drawn up a better tattoo than the one gracing the reporter’s left arm.

Together with blog editor Merle Ginsberg and THR style editor Carol McColgin on the print side, Snead will be keeping readers posted on the latest celebrity and industry-driven fashion trends. For Ginsberg, it’s a nice lateral move at a publication she has been a part of since 2o10:

“It’s so exciting for me to have this opportunity…” says Ginsberg. “I started writing about awards red carpet fashion for WWD in 1992, practically inventing the genre–I’m looking forward to putting all that knowledge and all those contacts in the perfect place, since it’s very hard to separate Hollywood and the fashion business anymore. They’ve come to depend on each other.”

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