Glamour magazine has appointed Charlotte-Anne Fidler as its full-time style director and plans to further expand its fashion coverage.
Fidler has worked for Glamour on a freelance basis since its launch last year, holding the posts of both editor-at-large and style director.
Her main responsibility will be to oversee the fashion and beauty sections as well as being involved in choosing covers.
The September issue is expected to carry the largest fashion section to date with an extra six to eight pages. There are also plans to feature more celebrities in the fashion pages.
"We have managed to bring something seriously glossy to a broader market and we want to do more fashion," Fidler said.
Prior to Glamour, Fidler was beauty and style director on Elle, beauty editor at Cosmopolitan and a beauty writer on Marie Claire, having previously worked for Vogue.
Sales of Glamour have surpassed all expectations since its launch, in excess of 400,000.
By Ruth Addicott