One Day You’re In and the Next Day You’re Out
01 . 20 . 11
It was announced today that former Men’s Vogue editor-in-chief Jay Fielden will be replacing Stephen Drucker at the helm at Town & Country. I was a huge fan of Men’s Vogue (the photos are from Fielden’s old office) so I’m excited to see what changes he will make at the historic magazine. No word was given on Stephen Drucker’s next move. I wouldn’t be surprised if he left to start one of the new shelter magazines that are rumored to be in the worksor book publishing which is implied in WWD. I wish both men luck on their new ventures!
Photos from Carrier & Co.
I may be a girly girl, but what a beautiful office – I would love to have the shotgun photograph for myself! Lets hope this latest round of magazine shakeups go well, the first issue of Elle Decor without Margaret Russell was such a disapointment – I wish they would let me trade my Elle Decor subscription in for Architectural Digest
Wow I’m surprised, I thought Steven only just took over the helm at Town & Country. I wonder what happened there? The seating area in the office looks nice but the main part seems a little cold, sort of drab to me but then again it’s a work place.
What a cool, masculine space…very approachable for ‘corporate’ space. I like it a lot.
T&C hasn’t been the same since Pamela Fiori left.
I’ve always preferred a masculine office decor – it seems a bit more orderly and serious. Except for flowers on my desk, my office at home has more masculine qualities than feminine.
I had to laugh at your title! The office is gorgeous, the textures create such warmth and seems to leave a faint asian influence. Can’t wait to see him jazz things up.
Steven Druker will do well where ever he goes. Such a talented guy. I am not familiar with the other gentleman.
I do not think S Druker was a good fit with T & C magazine, and I do not mean that as a criticism. __ The Devoted Classicist
Just received my newest T & C and I was not impressed. Have really felt that the magazine was missing something since he took over.
drucker JUST started! there must be a juicy tidbit of gossip. somebody spill it!
I am a big fan of Jay Fielden but was disappointed to hear about Druker – hopefully we’ll hear something positive about his next move soon!
So many changes with Vogue these days!
interesting..lots of people doing lots of moves…huh?