Media Bulletin

Changes at LOOK magazine

By Laihan Burr Dixon

13th July 2015

Category: Consumer

Time Inc. (UK)'s LOOK magazine has promoted Lucy Wood to head of fashion content, overseeing all editorial fashion content for LOOK, LOOK.co.uk, social media channels and video, as well as LOOK's commercial fashion opportunities. Wood was previously head of fashion news.

Gemma Yates (nee Gow) has been promoted to fashion news editor. She was previously deputy fashion news editor. Yates will continue to lead LOOK's fashion news offering across all print and digital platforms.

Hannah Banks-Walker has been promoted to fashion news writer. She was previously LOOK’s freelance fashion news assistant and works directly with Gemma Yates.

Robyn Munson is now LOOK’s senior digital writer. She was previously freelancing full time at the title and will now be at LOOK on a permanent basis.

Lucie Clifford is now LOOK’s stylist. She was previously covering LOOK stylist Kate Andrews maternity leave. She will now be at LOOK on a permanent basis.

Stevie Keen has been appointed audience development manager, focusing on LOOK’s social media channels. She is interested in hearing about any social brand collaborations and exclusives.

James Fenn has been appointed video producer at LOOK, focusing on creating returnable series, one-offs and collaborations with brands across the fashion and beauty industry. He is also interested in hearing about any exclusive video content.

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