2009 July 24
The Daily Media
(NEW YORK) Melanie St-Amour has been promoted to marketing manager for Canada at Dior.com. Jessica Bangs replaces her as CRM/internet manager.
Andrea Hansen, formerly of H.Stern, has been named CEO of Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry.
Celia Cohen, formerly of Bismarck Phillips Communications & Media, has been named a vice president at Behrman Communications.
Christine Kaculis is the new director of communications at Veuve Clicquot.
Shannon Levy, formerly managing editor of Makeup Artist magazine, has been named beauty director at TheLookBook.com.
Tina Malhotra, formerly a publicist at bluPRint in Los Angeles, is relocating to New York. She will continue to consult for bluPRint.
Lauren Picciano has been named PR coordinator at Sixty USA.
Mollie Cohen has left her position as PR manager at Roger Vivier.
Jessica Snyder has been named account executive at Whisper PR.
Angie Martin has been named publicist at HY Publicity.
BNC PR announces its West Coast representation of M·A·C Cosmetics for media relations, influencer marketing and special events.
Caro Marketing announces its representation of Aryn K.
HY Publicity announces its representation of By Lilla Headbands and Vitamin A Swimwear.
K Public Relations LLC announces its representation of designer Fabiola Arias, BodyRock Sport fitness wear, and Outdoor Bound.
MediaCraft announces its representation of Nude Skincare.
Michele Marie PR announces its representation of Tacori.
Sunshine, Sachs & Associates announces its representation of Élan Barish and The Stash.
Tractenberg & Co. announces its representation of Stella McCartney Parfums and Helena Rubinstein All You've Ever Wanted.
Say it With STYLE PR announces its representation of Juliette Longuet.
Isaac Mizrahi has been narrating the children's story Peter and the Wolf at The Guggenheim Museum for the last seven years, but this year the designer has been tapped to oversee the...
More shakeups chez Hearst: Kimberly Cutter will be departing from her position as executive editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Cutter’s decision to leave came just a year after she arrived...
L'Officiel is adding a new talent to the upper rungs of its masthead. The French glossy has tapped Frédérique Dedet as editor-in-chief at the title. Dedet joins the magazine from...