News & Scoops

2009 September 4

The Daily Media

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(NEW YORK) Jordan Landes-Brenman and Kelly LaRussa have resigned from their positions as director of product placement and publicity and senior account executive at Red Light PR, and have launched Haute House PR & Marketing, a high-end contemporary fashion, beauty and events firm.

Ali Handley, previously at Yellow Door in London and Donna Hay in Sydney, has been named senior account executive in the accessories division at Factory PR.

Saba Ebrahimi, formerly senior account executive at Factory PR, has been promoted to account supervisor of the women's division.

Keith Yanez, formerly men's public relations coordinator at Versace, has been named account executive in the men's division at Factory PR.

Lauren David Peden has left her position as copy director of Vogue to focus on writing for The Fashion Informer and UK.

Ryan Pleva has left Paul Wilmot Communications to pursue his MBA at HEC-Paris.

Behrman Communications announces its representation of One Kings Lane.

Coleman Entertainment Group announces its representation of Nolcha & Nolcha Fashion Week.

LFB Media Group announces its representation of Pure Energy exclusively for Target and SNUG Camisoles

Parlor Showroom announces its launch of their PR division, and announces its representation of ISAORA  menswear.

Siren PR announces its representation of Alford & Hoff skincare.

Starworks announces its representation of Rita Hazan.

Truth Be Told New York announces its representation of Gallery Coats.

Yohji Yamamoto New York press office will be closing, effective September 11. All press and communication requests can be directed to Coralie Gauthier in the Yohji Yamamoto Paris office.

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