Surface‘s “Men’s Issue” (at left) is hitting newsstands now, but the magazine’s newest hires are of the fairer sex, even if they both began their careers at GQ. Joining the masthead as managing editor is Amy Prince, a 12-year veteran of lifestyle magazines including Details, CITY, and Texas Monthly. The new fashion director of Surface is Linnea Olson-Schwartz, who spent a year on the business side at Vogue before moving into GQ‘s fashion department. After four years there, she served as market director at young Hachette Filipacchi titles ELLE Girl and then ELLE Accessories. Prince and Olson-Schwartz are now at work on Surface‘s spring fashion issue, which debuts at the beginning of March.
Previously on UnBeige:
- Beatrix Ruf Named Director of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
- Judith Dolkart Named Director of Addison Gallery of American Art; Drawing Center Appoints Executive Editor
- Arem Duplessis Leaving New York Times Magazine for Apple
- John Maeda Leaving RISD for Kleiner Perkins