Glam­our edi­tor quits as mag eyes on­line fu­ture only

Belfast Telegraph - - NEWS - BY SHERNA NOAH

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.

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