SOURCE: New York Post
Why the days of the ‘celebrity editor’ are now over
With dizzying speed, four long-serving magazine editors of some of the most prestigious glossies in America — Vanity Fair, Glamour, Elle and Time — said they were packing it in.
In a week, names that were the foundation of the magazine biz for years — Graydon Carter, Cindi Leive, Robbie Myers and Nancy Gibbs, a total of 62 years as top editors — were history.
“The days of the celebrity editor are over,” said Reed Phillips, an investment banker at Oaklins DeSilva+Phillips, surveying the incredible fallout.