Billboard Welcomes Tasha Green as New Fashion Editor

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Green at New York Fashion Week in February 2012

Green comes to the music glossy from The Wall Street Journal, where she served as men's style editor.

Billboard is excited to announce the addition of Tasha Green as its new fashion editor.

Green joins Billboard from The Wall Street Journal, where she served as men's style editor and contributed to both the Off Duty weekend section and Wall Street Journal magazine, as a market editor, writer and stylist.

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Green's career began with the launch of Men's Vogue, where she served as associate editor. Later, she designed a women's ready-to-wear collection under the Hester label, during which time she worked with stylists Lori Goldstein and Bill Mullen. She joined Departures magazine in 2010 as fashion news editor, covering both men's and women's markets, writing and editing features and styling shoots.

“I am looking to bring people in who are great journalists first and foremost and people who can help bring Billboard to a larger audience,” says Janice Min, chief creative officer and co-president of Guggenheim Media.

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Green will start on March 31 and report to Degen Pener, who now serves as culture editor of both The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard. Recently, Billboard also announced several new hires, including design director Rob Hewitt, art director Frank Augugliaro, designer Carrie Lam and photo editor Samantha Xu. In addition, Frank DiGiacomo and Eileen Daspin have joined as contributing editors to strengthen Billboard's news and features coverage, and Carson Griffith has also come aboard as a contributing editor, working on the magazine's lifestyle coverage.