Style Notes: Natalie Massenet Registers New Company in the U.K.; 'Nylon' Gets a New Editor-in-Chief
A little fashion news to pair with your Thursday night cocktails.
Natalie Massenet, founder and former CEO of Net-a-Porter, has registered a new company in the U.K. called Imaginary Ventures Ltd. Paperwork was filed at Companies House, the official registry of all U.K. businesses, in mid-October. Massanet departed from Net-a-Porter in early September following the company's merger with Yoox to become the Yoox Net-a-Porter group. She also currently serves as the head of the British Fashion Council. [WWD]
After only one year at the helm of Nylon magazine, Michelle Lee is leaving her post as editor-in-chief of the indie fashion glossy. Taking her place is current deputy editor Melissa Giannini, whose new post is effective immediately. In the press release, chief revenue officer Sean Cullinane emphasized the magazine's multiplatform approach to production, which only serves to fuel rumors that the mag, like Nylon Guys before it, might be going all-digital soon. [Racked]
Speaking of going all-digital, Cosmopolitan for Latinas announced Thursday that the glossy, which previously published five issues per year, will be transitioning to a completely online platform. The English-language magazine, whose target audience is composed of millennial Latinas and Hispanic women, cites the growing mobile readership as the reason for the change-up. [Fashionista]
Luxury e-tailers Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter have joined forces for the holidays with their first-ever collaborative campaign entitled "All for You." The ads span print and digital platforms and also include a short film, which will air on broadcast television for the first time ever. [YouTube]