Jenna Lyons Is Now Coveteur's Editor-in-Chief, It Seems

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Digital fashion publication Coveteur has a new editor-in-chief, it seems: fashion designer and "The Real Housewives of New York" star Jenna Lyons.

The Daily Front Row first reported the hire on Friday. Lyons appears on Coveteur's masthead as its "Editor-in-Chief (at Large)." Jessica Teves previously served as the site's editor-in-chief, but left the role in early 2023, per her LinkedIn. Below Lyons on the masthead as "Fashion Editor (at Large)" is Sarah Clary, a stylist who worked with Lyons on the 2020 HBO reality series "Stylish." This marks a first official foray into the publishing world for Lyons, who is best known for her 26-year tenure at J.Crew.

This move also comes as prominent stylists-turned-EICs have exited their respective magazines, most recently British Vogue's Edward Enninful and i-D's Alastair McKimm. Other stylists and fashion directors have also assumed editor-in-chief positions in recent years such as Samira Nasr at Harper's Bazaar, Mel Ottenberg at Interview and Sara Moonves at W Magazine, marking a shift in fashion publishing within an increasingly digital landscape.

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