Memo Pad: Portfolio Turns a Page... Athletes Can Dress Up... Moving Up

Lauren Goldstein Crowe and are parting ways, leaving the site's approach to fashion up in the air.

From an editorial perspective, senior deputy editor Roxanne Jones said Kevin Stewart, style director, will oversee editorial that will be lifestyle- and fashion-focused. Stewart has worked at Details, Vibe, Savoy and continues to work for Men’s Fitness. In addition, this year there will be a spring fashion portfolio, another in the fall and one during the holidays.

To kick off its new commitment to style, the magazine asked jewelry designer Lorraine Schwartz to create a diamond and ruby-studded piece that replicates the ESPN logo using rubies and white and black diamonds. The piece was signed by all 11 cover subjects on the anniversary issue and be auctioned off for charity. — Amy Wicks

MOVING UP: Two teen titles shuffled the decks this week. At Seventeen, Ann Shoket upped two edit staffers from the Atoosa Rubenstein era: Jessica Musumeci has been promoted to creative director from design director and Mike Reddy to design director from art director. Musumeci has been with Seventeen since September 2003 and Reddy since February 2005. Meanwhile, David Stuckey was named associate publisher of Teen Vogue. Stuckey had been associate publisher at Marie Claire since 2006. — Stephanie D. Smith
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