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Brandon Holley brings street cred to Jane from her days as a Lower East Side bartender, but what does she have that Atoosa doesn't?
August 9, 2005
Jane's idenity crisis is over, but Brandon Holley's may just be starting. She was anointed Jane Pratt's successor on Monday, arriving from her own brainchild ELLEgirl. Holley was never a teen editor at heart—her path to ELLEgirl ran through first Time Out New York and then a long stint at GQ—and her resumé as a young- and-crazy twentysomething is bulletproof (she was one of the original bartenders at Max Fish back in the pre-Starbucks Lower East Side days.) No doubt her new bosses—Fairchild CEO Mary Berner and editorial director Patrick McCarthy—are ...
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