Media Bulletin

Style columnist returns to Fast Lane

By Laihan Burr Dixon

3rd April 2008


The International Herald Tribune’s style columnist, Tyler Brûlé, is returning to the Financial Times as part of the newspaper’s revamped weekend paper, FT Weekend.

Brûlé, the founder of international style magazine, Wallpaper*, and editor-in-chief of Monocle, will leave the International Herald Tribune to revive his weekly column, Fast Lane, on 26 April.

The column covering travel, trends and high-end consumer goods, will run as a counterpoint to Harry Eyre’s Slow Lane pieces in FT Weekend.

Fund manager Anthony Bolton has also been hired as a columnist, while the magazine and Life & Style section will undergo a revamp.

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