Magazine publisher ACP has named Amy Molloy as the new editor of Grazia.
Molloy was previously deputy editor of the title. Her appointment was triggered by the promotion of predecessor Kellie Hush to the helm of Harpers Bazaar.
Meanwhile Hush’s was triggered by NewsLifeMedia’s May raid to hire Harpers editor Edwina McCann to the helm of Vogue, replacing Kirstie Clements.
ACP Magazines today announced the appointment of Amy Molloy as Editor of GRAZIA magazine, ACP’s weekly fashion and style title.
Announcing the appointment, Publisher Robyn Foyster said: “I am delighted to announce Amy as our new Editor of GRAZIA.
“With an impressive career spanning fashion, celebrity and current affairs, Amy embodies the magazine’s unique mix.
“Amy is a rising star with a forward-thinking approach to publishing that will ensure GRAZIA stands out from its competitors.”
Amy joined GRAZIA as Deputy Editor 12 months ago after three years at its sister publication, GRAZIA UK. Previously she worked at the Daily Mail and wrote the book Wife, Interrupted.
Amy said: “I’m overjoyed to be the new editor of GRAZIA.
“It’s a big year for the magazine, with ground-breaking projects in store. I’m looking forward to seeing the magazine reach its full potential.”
GRAZIA is Australia’s only weekly glossy fashion magazine. A mix of fashion, news and popular culture, GRAZIA covers the hottest celebrities, essential news and fashion features, heartbreaking real-life stories, the best parties, luscious travel and food and, of course, cutting-edge fashion.
Amy’s appointment to GRAZIA is effective immediately.
Source: ACP Magazines press release