Nolan: editor-at-large for Times inc
In Style editor Dee Nolan is leaving to take a wider role as "editor-at-large" across Time Inc’s magazines in New York.
Her departure comes as the In Style team are about to move to IPC’s headquarters at Kings Reach Tower.
Nolan, a former editor of The Mail on Sunday’s You magazine, told Press Gazette: "I can’t go into too much detail at this stage but I’ll be working across some of the weeklies and monthlies."
As well as In Style, Time Inc – the parent company of IPC – also publishes Real Simple, Time and People.
"Time Inc is a fantastic publishing company and I am really excited about the prospect of working at the heart of the company," she added.
Nolan is expected to work closely with editors in the US on social and female-interest issues and development concepts, reporting directly to Time Inc editor-in-chief Norman Pearlstine.
"Time believes editors-at-large are an important part of the company’s editorial structure," she said.
"It is one of those awful situations where I would love to stay on at In Style but timing isn’t always perfect. I feel very sad about leaving the team but the magazine is doing very well and sales are strong. It is a hugely competitive market so no one should underestimate the task required editing the UK magazine." Pearlstine said it had always been his intention to bring Nolan to New York and the integration had made it possible sooner rather than later. In Style publisher Katy Egan has been given a wider remit as business development manager for IPC Southbank.
Nolan is due to leave In Style at the end of May and her deputy, Louise Chunn, will be acting editor until a replacement is found.