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2009 November 20

The Daily Media

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(NEW YORK) Natasha Wolff, formerly fashion news editor of InStyle, has left the magazine.

Josh Tyrangiel, formerly managing editor at Time.com, has been named editor-in-chief of BusinessWeek.

Natalie Rawling, formerly public relations manager at Tom Ford, has been named director of public relations for womenswear and non-apparel at Burberry.

Steve Birkhold, formerly CEO of Diesel USA, has been named CEO of Lacoste USA.

Amanda Elizabeth Makoujy, formerly fashion public relations assistant at Fingerprint Communications, has been named account Coordinator at Coyne Public Relations.

Brie Katz, formerly accessories public relations manager at Dolce & Gabbana, has been named senior public relations manager at Starworks.

Selmin Arat, formerly director of strategy and development at The Patton Group, has been named east coast director of Fingerprint Communications.

Dan Scheffey, formerly public relations director at GQ, has left the magazine.

Darryl Brantley, formerly associate director of publicity at GQ, has left the magazine.

Barry C. Parasram, formerly director of events at Paul Wilmot Communications, has left the company.

Black Frame announces its representation of Delfina Delettrez.

Bollare announces its representation of Dr. Jessica Wu.

Factory Public Relations announces its representation of Vintage Laundry and Hope and Glory.

Fingerprint Communications announces its representation of 6126 by Lindsay Lohan and the Sagamore Hotel.

Keri Levitt Communications announces its representation JNBY.

Krupp Group announces its representation of Beirn.

Peoples Revolution announces its representation of Felder Felder.

Red Light Public Relations announces its representation of Jinny Kim.

Succarra announces its representation of Dean Davidson Jewelry.

Starworks announces its representation of Gerber Group.

Syndicate announces its representation of Soho House.




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