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Stella magazine relaunches & appoints fashion editor-at-large

Telegraph Media Group has announced that this Sunday (13 September), a new design of The Sunday Telegraph’s Stella will be launched. Additionally, Sarah Clark has been appointed fashion editor-at-large. Having previously worked for Marie Claire, Glamourand Red, she will be producing main fashion shoots for the magazine to complement those by Telegraph style editor Victoria Bainand Stella contributing fashion editor Steph Stevens. 

As part of this refresh, the visuals of the magazine have been transformed to introduce a lighter, more modern feel to the design, introducing new fonts and a brighter colour palette. Under the guidance ofStella’s editor, Marianne Jones, the fashion content has been increased, keeping popular regular features – including columns written by Lisa Armstrong and Kate Finnigan – as well as introducing extra pages tailored to Stella readers’ needs. These include a workwear page called Office Politics, another page entitled Fashion-insta, inspired by the Stella reader’s growing love of Instagram, and a new fashion and beauty men’s column by Lee Kynaston, the award-winning lifestyle and grooming expert. 

The popular Stella Loves spread will remain in the magazine but has been improved with a cleaner look, allowing for more products to be displayed. Titled Hit Refresh, the beauty section will now include useful round ups, beauty specials and a regular makeover slot, allowing for more products to be featured. A regular three-page health and lifestyle feature to reflect Stella readers’ ever-growing interest in diet, fitness and wellbeing trends will also be introduced. More reads and columns have also been added - key amongst these being a new column by the mother and daughter pairing of Bryony and Jane Gordon, entitled Mum and Me. Diana Henry and Suzy Atkins will continue to contribute to the Food section of the magazine, which now has an easy to view recipe format. Interiors has also been refreshed, making it easier to shop. 

Additionally, a modern, user-friendly travel format entitled The Book It List, will focus on themes such as the most stylish fashion week hotels or the best places to stay for under £300 a night.

Stella magazine relaunches & appoints fashion editor-at-large Reviewed by PR Songbird Team on 12:30 Rating: 5

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