Good Housekeeping’s October issue comes with a few new features, and Jane Francisco — the glossy’s editor-in-chief — has shed some light on what readers can expect. Below are some of the more interesting comments Francisco had about the new 129-year-old magazine.
How the revamp came about:
We spoke with Good Housekeeping’s casual and core audiences across the country, as well as non-readers who regularly consume our competitive set. We had them build their ideal magazine out of the pages of over 20 titles, including our own, and based our redesign on the common ground.
On the new “Your Body” section: