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WSJ. Beefs Up Staff

After rolling out her debut issue of WSJ. with the help of only five workers, editor Deborah Needleman is ready to surround herself with some more talent.  John Koblin reports that WSJ. has added four experienced names to the lifestyle magazine’s staff:

Former Elle senior fashion news editor Whitney Vargas will serve as WSJ.’s fashion news director

Nadia Vellam, who worked as a photo editor for W and freelancer for WSJ., will become photo director

Fiona Murray will move from fashion editor to features director

Associate fashion editor Andrew Lutjens is now WSJ.’s market editor

WSJ. will release their next issue in March.

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