Stephen Mooallem has been named executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar. Mooallem comes to the magazine from Interview, where he served as editor in chief since 2009.
“Stephen comes to us with great experience and a unique point-of-view that will continue to support the Bazaar mission to be timely but timeless,” said Harper’s Bazaar’s editor-in-chief Glenda Bailey, in a statement. “I am deeply grateful to Kim for her invaluable contributions and commitment to Bazaar. We will miss her considerable talent and wish her all the best in her next endeavor.”
Mooallem is succeeding Kimberly Cutter, who is leaving Harper’s Bazaar in January to write her second novel. Mooallem takes over January 2.