Grazia editor-in-chief Jane Bruton leaves after ten years to join Telegraph

Grazia editor-in-chief Jane Bruton [pictured, above] is to join the Telegraph Media Group as director of lifestyle and deputy editor.

Her appointment completes the Telegraph’s new six-strong senior editorial team to be headed by Chris Evans, editor and director of content.

In her new role, Bruton will oversee magazines, features, fashion, luxury and beauty.

Bruton said: “It is a huge wrench to leave Grazia after an amazing ten years, but the Telegraph offers an exciting opportunity that cannot be missed.

“I am looking forward to working with Chris Evans and the team to develop his powerful vision.”

Bruton has been editor-in-chief at Grazia since 2005. Here awards have included being named British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) Editor of the Year award twice.

Before joining Grazia, Bruton was editor of Eve for two years.

Chris Evans said: “Jane brings to the Telegraph a wealth of experience and she will be a great asset to our executive editorial team.

“2015 will be an exciting year for the Telegraph as we lead the way with our editorial content both in paper and online.

“I am delighted that my senior team is now in place with the appointments of Malcolm Coles as director, digital media, and Ben Clissitt as executive editor. I am also pleased to promote Mike Adamson to editor, Telegraph.co.uk.”

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