Style, The Sunday Times’s weekly fashion and beauty magazine, has announced that Verity Parker will join as Associate Fashion Director.
Posted on: 09 August 2017 08:00
Lorraine Candy: “I am thrilled to welcome Verity to the Style team as Associate Fashion Director.”
Parker joins Style from Vogue, where she has been Fashion Editor since 2015, says the publisher.
The move is a further commitment to luxury fashion for News UK, owner of The Times and The Sunday Times, which has re-launched The Times’s LUXX magazine with Jeremy Langmead at the helm and hired Lorraine Candy from ELLE in recent months.
Lorraine Candy, Editor-in-Chief of Style, said: “I am thrilled to welcome Verity to the Style team as Associate Fashion Director. Verity has worked with some of the most iconic fashion publications and brands and will bring a modern aesthetic to Style with new photographers. Her appointment underlines our commitment to luxury fashion and my drive to create new luxury products for the digital consumer.”
Verity Parker said: “I’m very excited to be joining such a prestigious title as The Sunday Times and to work on a magazine that is so well-read and well-loved.”
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