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Fairchild Librarian 'Tish' Loughlin Dies at 92

Funeral services were held Monday at the Church of St. Saviour for longtime Women’s Wear Daily photo librarian Elizabeth “Tish” Loughlin.

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Jack Griffin's Time: Where It Might Be Headed

Time Inc.'s new CEO Jack Griffin transformed the once-sleepy Meredith into the version 3.0 of the magazine world.

Harman Buys Newsweek

Sidney Harman, the 91-year-old stereo-equipment mogul, met with Newsweek's staff on Monday. Editor Jon Meacham to exit.

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Deborah Needleman Named WSJ. Editor

She will head up the glossy magazine WSJ., and also edit the Saturday lifestyle section.

Magazine Ad Outlook Cloudy for ’10

Ad-page numbers at fashion magazines remain well below 2008 levels.

Obit: Giovanni Russo, 45

Giovanni Russo, 45, a veteran creative director and the founder of creative agency No. 11, died June 21.

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Patrick O'Connell Says Goodbye to Vogue

After 12 years, Vogue's director of communications is leaving the magazine.

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Author Linda Grant on Why Clothes Matter

Journalist and novelist Linda Grant looks at the significance of dressing in a global recession.

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Big Spender: Avis Cardella Comes Clean

Avis Cardella recounts her shopping addiction in the new memoir "Spent."

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High Fashion Honored at Ginza Event

Japan's fashion community is honoring High Fashion, one of Japan's most ground-breaking and influential fashion magazines of the past half century.

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Ortenberg's Tribute to Liz Claiborne

Art Ortenberg pens tome in honor of his late wife, the fashion icon Liz Claiborne.

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Desiree Rogers Exits White House

White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers is leaving her post.

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