Grazia's Fiona McIntosh joins online retailer

Fiona McIntosh joins as consultant creative director.

Editor-in-chief of Grazia magazine Fiona McIntosh has joined online retailer as consultant creative director.

Her move follows the departure last month of Esquire editor Jeremy Langmead who left the NatMag monthly to become editor-in-chief of online retail site Mr Porter.

Although McIntosh is stepping down as London Lifestyle editor-in-chief for Bauer Media, she will continue to write a column for Grazia. She will also continue to write her column for the Sunday Mirror.

She is a former editor of Elle magazine and of the Evening Standard's ES magazine.

Founder and CEO of Sarah Curran said: "In her role as Consultant Creative Director, Fiona will bring a new dynamic to develop our editorial content, which we hope will continue to engage and inspire our customers, as we move forward with a new direction for the brand."

McIntosh said: "I am thrilled to be given this opportunity to help take my-wardrobe to an exciting new level in such an energised e-commerce market. I am looking forward to working with the team to build a truly unique luxury fashion brand."

This piece appeared originally in Press Gazette.

Dominic Ponsford is editor of Press Gazette