ACP fashion magazine Grazia hits the shelves with a new look today. The revamp comes three months after the appointment Amy Molloy as editor.
The cover, which features Jennifer Hawkins, was styled by David Bonney, who recently joined the magazine as fashion director. This edition saw the title team up with Victoria Racing Club for a racewear fashion issue.
The redesign sees the magazine take a “renewed editorial focus on fashion”, according to a press release from the publisher. It will feature two regular fashion columns – a weekly news bulletin and a street-style column curated by fashion bloggers including Jessie Bush and Byron Spencer.
Amy Molloy was promoted from deputy editor following the switch of Kellie Hush to Harper’s Bazaar. Joining the title as deputy editor is Alexandra Carlton, the former associate editor of Marie Claire.
Publisher Robyn Foyster said: “With a new team now in place it’s a new chapter for the magazine. There’s more fashion than ever in the updated Grazia, with a renewed focus on shopping to suit every budget – from high-street to luxury.”
Molloy commented: “Grazia produces 49 issues every year. We owe it to our readers to ensure every week our content is fresh and different. Over the next twelve months we’re planning some spectacular fashion shoots, and we also have some unexpected – and very stylish – cover stars in store. I can’t wait to see our readers’ reactions.”
The relaunch comes just over a month after Grazia’s publisher ACP was bought by German media powerhouse Bauer.