Memo Pad: Billy Norwich Leaves Town & Country... Vogue Taps Chloe Malle...

After one year at Town & Country, Billy Norwich is leaving the magazine.

FILLING AN EMPTY CHAIR: Speaking of Town & Country and Vogue, the latter’s successor for Alexandra Kotur is Chloe Malle, a 25-year-old contributor to The New York Times’ Styles section and The New York Observer. Malle will oversee “Flash,” the society and style front-of-the-book section that Kotur created and oversaw until she left for Town & Country. Malle’s title will be social editor.

Malle spent a year as the residential real estate columnist at the Observer and has been freelancing for the Times for the past six months. She also freelanced a piece for Vogue that is slated to run in the Nostalgia section in the next few months.

She is the daughter of actress Candice Bergen and the late French film director Louis Malle. She grew up in California, New York and France, and this will be her first job as a staffer. Her first day is on April 26.

— John Koblin

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