Editor-in-chief of Grazia magazine Fiona McIntosh has joined online retailer my-wardrobe.com 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 my-wardrobe.com 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 .