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Town & Country Makes A Change At The Top

After less than a year as editor-in-chief, Stephen Drucker is leaving Town & Country at the end of February.  According to a minOnline report, Hearst president David Carey announced Drucker will be replaced by former Men’s Vogue editor-in-chief Jay Fielden.  Drucker and Fielden worked together at The New Yorker in the late ’90s.

Drucker took over for 17-year veteran Pamela Fiori as top dog at Town & Country last April.  He had previously served as House Beautiful’s editor-in-chief for nearly five years.

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