Camilla has 20 years’ experience of working within the beauty industry, starting out at Vogue and Cosmopolitan. She was previously Beauty Director and Associate Editor of InStyle; and more recently ran beauty consultancy, Gloss & Content. She joined Glamour in November as Deputy Editor on the biannual print title, helping to shape the new beauty-first direction of the title. Camilla will help to oversee beauty content across all digital, print and commercial, reporting into Editor-in-Chief, Deborah Joseph.
Lottie joins the team from Vogue where she most recently held the role of Beauty and Lifestyle Associate. Lottie will be writing across all aspects of beauty including topics such as plastic surgery, health and wellness. She will be covering the weekly ‘New in Beauty’ feature and will also be presenting social video franchises.
Editor-in-Chief, Deborah Joseph commented: “Glamour is leading the way with our beauty-first, digital-first approach. These key appointments show we have a best in industry team to take the brand into the future.”
In addition to Camilla and Lottie joining the Glamour team, Samantha McMeekin has been promoted to Deputy Beauty Editor. She previously held the role Beauty Writer at the title and has worked on the new beauty-first, digital-first direction of Glamour since November. She will be responsible for the weekly Glam Drop videos, as well as general digital beauty content.
Alice Du Parcq and Jennifer George have also been appointed Contributing Beauty Director and Contributing Beauty Editor respectively. They will work with the team across the biannual print edition.
The Autumn / Winter print biannual ‘Beauty Book’ will go on sale on Thursday 13th September, edited by Editor-in-Chief, Deborah Joseph. Deborah continues to oversee all of Glamour’s digital, print and social content.