Glamour Magazine's Jo Elvin Leaves After 17 Years - CATEGORY News update: TITLE

Jo Elvin is stepping down as editor of UK Glamour magazine after 17 years.

The Australian journalist, who launched the title, is leaving as the magazine prepares to go "digital first".

Elvin announced the news of her departure on Instagram, saying while she had had "so much fun" in the role, it was "time for pastures new".

Publishers Conde Nast said Elvin was stepping down as editor-in-chief "in light of the ongoing developments with the Glamour brand".

'Defined a generation'

The magazine had been published every month since it was launched in 2001. It will now only come out twice a year in paper in the form of a "collectable, glossy tome", with the "mobile-first, social-first" strategy focusing on beauty., latest News Around the world presents the latest information of national, regional, and international, politics, economics, sports, automotive, and lifestyle.

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