MORE CHANGES AT W: While Stefano Tonchi’s first few months at the helm of W have been relatively quiet on the h.r. front (most of the cuts of upper-level editors in the Patrick McCarthy era were decided before he came on board), it looks like the next few weeks will be a bit more gruesome, if Tuesday’s round of job cuts is any indication. In all, six staffers were let go, including the magazine’s longtime deputy editor Julie L. Belcove, who is being succeeded by a Tonchi-approved executive editor, Ted Moncreiff. Moncreiff comes to W from Newsweek, where he was executive editor; prior to joining Newsweek, he spent 15 years at Condé Nast Traveler, the last four as executive editor. Tonchi told WWD that Moncreiff, who begins June 21, will oversee features for the magazine, with an emphasis on assigning stories and editing, which is something, Tonchi said, “I value very much.” He added that Moncreiff comes with “a Rolodex of writers that will be very interesting for the new W.” Sources believe there are more layoffs — and, hopefully, a few hires — to come as Tonchi and Co. start in on the hotly anticipated September issue. — N.A.