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Sabine Feldmann Leaves More for Glamour

More’s publisher, Sabine Feldmann, is leaving the Meredith title to join Conde Nast’s Glamour. WWD reports that Feldmann will become Glamour’s associate publisher.

Feldmann had been with More since January of last year. Prior to her time there, she served as VP and publisher of Teen Vogue and before that, VP and publisher of Shape.

Feldmann is succeeding Julia Fry, who is shifting to Condé Nast Traveler to serve as its asssociate publisher.

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Details Adds Publisher

As we expected, Sabine Feldmann, who was edged out as Publisher of Teen Vogue this morning, won’t be joining Details. Instead, Kevin Martinez has joined the magazine as Vice President, Publisher.

Martinez has been serving as a consultant to Details since the summer, and before that was Vice President, Brand Publisher at Elle.

“Over the past five months we’ve made great strides in the print, digital and social areas of the brand,” said Martinez. “I am thrilled to be able to build on that success with Dan Peres and the entire Details team.”

Jason Wagenheim Shifts to Teen Vogue

Last week Jason Wagenheim was abruptly booted as Publisher of Glamour after only three months. The day after the dismissal Wagenheim insisted he was staying at Condé Nast, and we now know that he indeed is — as Publisher of Teen Vogue.

Ad Age reports that he is taking the job from Sabine Feldmann, who has been Vice President and Publisher of Teen Vogue since April of last year. There is no word what the future holds for Feldmann, but sources are speculating that she’ll end up at Details, which has been without a Publisher since Paul Jowdy left. This would be odd though, because David Hamilton was promoted to fill Jowdy’s spot.

We’ll keep you posted when we hear how things shake out.