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GLAMOUR NAMES FLORENCE KANE DIGITAL FASHION DIRECTOR

New York, NY, December 7, 2015—Florence Kane has been named Digital Fashion Director of Glamour, it was announced today by Anne Sachs, Executive Digital Director of Glamour. In her role, effective January 4, 2016, Kane will oversee all digital fashion content for Glamour, including features and daily stories on Glamour.com, social-first editorial programming, and visual social fashion concepts for the brand’s robust followings on Instagram and Snapchat. Glamour.com is at an all-time traffic high of 10 million monthly unique visitors.

“Florence’s extensive experience covering fashion news, trends, and designers will prove essential to ensuring Glamour’s continued success as a leading fashion destination for women,” said Sachs. “Her refined eye and strong industry contacts will help us develop inspiring, actionable fashion content across all platforms for the modern American woman.”

Most recently, Kane’s work has appeared on vogue.comT: The New York Times Magazine's website, and in Marie Claire. She is also the cofounder and editorial director of the denim website jeanstories.com. Prior, Kane was a fashion news writer at Vogue for five years, and then style editor at C Magazine in Los Angeles. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two sons. 

About Glamour:

Glamour is the biggest fashion and beauty magazine brand in its competitive set, reaching an all-time high of one out of eight American women, with 11 million print readers and 10 million unique users online. Glamour has received a record number of National Magazine Awards, including Magazine of the Year, honoring print and digital excellence, and General Excellence for its category. Its content is available in an iPad edition, apps, podcasts, and books—including two New York Times bestsellers. In 2013 Glamour launched its video channel, which now boasts 46 video series and has received substantial critical accolades, including a 2014 National Magazine Award for Video and a Television Academy honor. With a robust social strategy across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Google+, and Tumblr, Glamour’s total social media footprint is at a record high of 65 million touchpoints. For more information, visit Glamour.com.

Date: 
Monday, December 7, 2015