2012 December 14
Elle Staffs Up: Lori Goldstein and Carmen Borgonovo to Consult
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(NEW YORK) Robbie Myers is amping up the masthead at Elle with two new hires: Carmen Borgonovo and Lori Goldstein. Both have been brought on for consulting roles, effective immediately. Borgonovo was named consulting editor, and will charge up the revived biannual glossy, Elle Accessories—a role Myers was looking to fill after accessories editors Kate Davidson Judson and Stefania Allen made their exits in November, both citing personal reasons. Previously, Borgonovo served as senior style editor at Harper's Bazaar UK since 2008. Prior to her four-year stint across the pond, Borgonovo worked as accessories director at W and accessories editor at Vogue. In November, Borgonovo switched gears to become the new fashion director at My-Wardrobe.com, a role she will continue as she adds her Elle capacity to the roster.
Meanwhile, Goldstein, the acclaimed stylist, has been brought on board as fashion director at large, inking an exclusive one-year agreement with Elle. In her new role, she will report to creative director Joe Zee. Most recently, Goldstein worked as style editor at large at W since June 2011 and launched her successful QVC line, LOGO, in 2010.
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