Town & Country appoints Tina Gaudoin as editor-in-chief

Town & Country, the lifestyle brand from Hearst Magazines UK launched in May, has appointed Tina Gaudoin to the role of editor-in-chief.

Town & Country: appoints Tina Gaudoin
Town & Country: appoints Tina Gaudoin

The title will also increase the number of issues it publishes next year from two to four.

Gaudoin, currently the acting editor-in-chief at Elle Decoration, will take over from Justine Picardie at the beginning of January. Picardie will continue in her current role as the editor-in-chief at Harper’s Bazaar UK.

Gaudoin has founded and edited several luxury titles including The Times Luxx in 2007 and The Wall Street Journal magazine in 2008.

Gaudoin said: "I am thrilled to take on such an iconic brand and I look forward to contributing my fashion, luxury and lifestyle expertise and building on Justine’s success so far."

Anna Jones, chief executive at Hearst Magazines UK, said: "Town & Country has delivered a standout performance, firmly establishing it as a key player in the luxury media market, and I’m delighted to have Tina on board as editor-in-chief."

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