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WSJ. Names Magnus Berger Creative Director

Magnus Berger as has been named creative director of WSJ. magazine. Berger will continue to have the same role at Berger & Wild, a branding agency. Berger’s first issue will be February 16.

“Magnus is plugged into the history of design as well as the pulse of the fashion world, and will bring a renewed sense of vitality to the magazine’s pages,” said Kristina O’Neill, WSJ.’s editor-in-chief, in a statement.

In addition to Berger, David Thielebeule has joined WSJ. as fashion market and accessories director.

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Harper’s Bazaar Promotes Three

Harper’s Bazaar has promoted three editors. The details, via WWD, are below.

Still no word on who will succeed the magazine’s executive editor — Kristina O’Neill — who left to join WSJ. magazine.

Kristina O’Neill Named Editor of WSJ.

Kristina O’Neill has been named the new editor-in-chief of WSJ. magazine. O’Neill most recently served as executive editor of Harper’s Bazaar, where she had been since 2000. O’Neill succeeds Deborah Needleman, who left WSJ. to edit T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

“The appointment of Kristina, one of America’s most talented editors, marks a new phase of the exponential evolution of WSJ.,” said Robert Thomson, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones & Company and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal, in a statement. “We are increasing the frequency and expanding global reach in the coming year with our winning mix of intelligent writing and visual virtuosity — gloss without dross is our magazine mantra.”

O’Neill will report to Ruth Altchek, who, in a related move, has been named editorial director for WSJ Weekend, a new role at the Journal. She will now oversee the “Off Duty” section and WSJ. magazine.

O’Neill’s appointment is effective October 29.