As the world of print runs to create and online presence, many will be lost in the transition.
To our surprise, the DailyIntel reported that famed fashion correspondent, Robin Givhan will be laid off when Newsweek goes fully online at the end of the year. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist penned her name as the fashion editor at The Washington Post, where she covered the news, trends and business of the international fashion industry for over a decade. Givhan left the Post to join Tina Brown’s team at Newsweek and The Daily Beast in 2010.
She told Intel, “I plan to work on my book about the 1973 Versailles fashion show and look for a new job,” with plans to stay on until the end of the year.
To learn more about Givhan’s journey to the top, click here.
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