Our friends over at ShelterPop have an exclusive sneak peek at the all-new Veranda magazine, which has an updated look after 23 years, courtesy of their new editor -- and former Domino editor -- Dara Caponigro.
This recent editorial shift isn't the only one in the magazine world as of late. As Dara Caponigro takes over at Veranda, there are lots of other shifts going on with shelter magazine editors. Stephen Drucker, former editor in chief of House Beautiful, was named editor in chief of Town & Country. Deborah Needleman, founding editor of the now-defunct Domino, has been named editor in chief of WSJ, the Wall Street Journal's high-end glossy newbie. And just yesterday, Elle Decor editor Margaret Russell was named the new editor in chief of Architectural Digest.
Looks like Caponigro will bring Veranda down a notch from its former rather hoity toity version in order to be of interest to audiences who prefer more accessible home decor and design.
The new Veranda hits newsstands next Tuesday. Check out ShelterPop for a peek inside and especially on Monday when they feature an interview with Dara.
Do you read Veranda? If not, will you read the new Veranda?
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