News & Scoops

2009 October 23

The Daily Media

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(NEW YORK) Andrew Fry, formerly PR manager at Burberry, has been named PR director at Tom Ford for North and South America.

Elizabeth Lampert will be leaving Anderson Group PR to start her own venture, Elizabeth Lampert Communications.

Maryellen Gordon and Ellen Seidman, formerly deputy editors at Glamour, have left the magazine.

Paul Kramer, formerly production director at Glamour, has left the magazine.

Susan Kittenplan, formerly executive editor at Allure, has left the magazine.

Heather Halberstadt, formerly a senior editor at Vanity Fair, has left the magazine.

Marissa Vitagliano, formerly of Harrison & Schriftman, has been named director of national media relations at Bloomingdale's.

Yasmine Afshar, formerly of Nike Communications, has joined the fashion department of Fingerprint Communications as senior account executive.

Courtney Routt has been named director, celebrity and VIP relations at Alison Brod PR.

Dayna Cipriano has been promoted to manager, celebrity and VIP relations at Alison Brod PR.

Angela Niles has left Kenneth Cole and will be doing freelance public relations for Barlow and Rachel Antonoff.

Jess Haro-Rodriguez joins Williamson PR as a PR assistant.

Venessa Correa has left LaForce + Stevens.

Acacia May has left The Patton Group.

After three years, Emmy Brooks has left D2Publicity and will now join the beauty department at Alison Brod PR.

5W Public Relations announces its representation of

Alison Brod PR announces its representation of Bonobos, Yummie Tummie and Ript Fusion.

Behrman Communications announces its representation of underWAY: Better Health Beverage, Dale and Thomas and Popcorn, Indiana.

Blue Stripe PR, sister-agency to BPCM, announces its representation of GAR-DE and Heartfelt.

LFB Media Group announces its representation of women’s contemporary line Spy Zone.

Matchbook Company announces its representation of Janie Bryant for licensing opportunities.

The Patton Group is now solely owned and operated by Marysol Patton, who was prior co-principal of the agency. The Patton Group announces its representation of Carolina Herrera Bal Harbour Shops, Roger Vivier Bal Harbour Shops, Tod’s Bal Harbour Shops and Bulgari Bal Harbour Shops; all for a series of regional events.

Paul Wilmot Communications announces its U.S. representation of BD Baggies.

People's Revolution announces its representation of A Peace Treaty.

Starworks announces its representation of Metalskin accessories.


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