Glamour editor quits as mag eyes online future only
Stepping down: Jo Elvin GLAMOUR magazine’s long-serving editor Jo Elvin has stepped down as the title prepares to go “digital first”.
Conde Nast said Elvin, who launched the glossy magazine in 2001, was leaving in “light of the ongoing developments with the Glamour brand”.
The celebrity, fashion and beauty title announced last week it would be printing a paper magazine only twice a year and that its online site would focus on beauty.
Elvin wrote on Instagram that it was time for “pastures new”.
“Excited for what’s next but terribly sad to be parting with the absolute best team in magazines,” she wrote, accompanied by a picture of herself with comedian Amy Schumer.