NEW GIG: Former Shop Etc. executive editor Charla Krupp has landed at More magazine as a fashion columnist. The column, which begins in the November issue, is a natural tie-in to her book, forthcoming in January, “How Not to Look Old.” Before Shop Etc., which Hearst folded in August 2006, Krupp worked at Glamour and In Style. — Irin Carmon
DIFFERENT DIRECTION: The cover of the new Bergdorf Goodman magazine isn’t a typical one for the department store, but that’s the point, said creative director Aidan Kemp. In the new issue, customers will get a different vision of what Bergdorf’s has to offer, he added, apart from more traditional names like Chanel. Photographed in Iceland, the cover features a model wearing a Costume National satin dress with red-orange-colored tights and hot-pink gloves. “We could have gone with safe and beautiful, but this feels more modern and graphic,” Kemp offered. Readers will probably also notice a heftier issue from last September, as ad pages are up 15 percent. Inside, the magazine has contributions from GQ’s Style Guy, Glenn O’Brien, and a conversation between Gay Talese and Peter Kaplan on the future of print journalism. — A.W.