2011 April 4
Dani Stahl Named Editor at Large at Nylon
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(NEW YORK) After a nearly decade-long tenure at Nylon, Dani Stahl is stepping down as style director and assuming an editor-at-large role. The move will allow her to spend more time on styling and television projects for fashion brands. A graduate of Chapin and NYU, she interned at Elle and served as a fashion assistant at Vogue before joining Nylon as assistant to founder and editor-in-chief Marvin Scott Jarrett. She was soon named accessories editor, then accessories director, then ultimately, style director. Her "Factory Girl" page, in which she visits the workshops of leading fashion brands, has become the magazine's most coveted press placement. In addition to her duties at Nylon, Stahl is also a designer of the jewelry line Lia Sophia. She is expected to continue in her duties with the direct-sales brand.
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