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FRESH EYES: After only two issues, WSJ. will have a new designer shaping the look of the Wall Street Journal luxury spin-off. Alex Grossman, most recently art director for Cookie, has been named design director for WSJ. Grossman succeeds Tomaso Capuano, who was the launch design director for the magazine but was recently given a larger role of design director for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones & Co. Prior to Cookie, Grossman was a design director at New York-based design firm Richardson Sadeki, and founded FADA Design, a design company catering to the hospitality industry, in 2000. A replacement for Grossman at Cookie has not yet been revealed. He reports to WSJ. editor in chief Tina Gaudoin. — S.D.S.


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