23 February 2012 - 2:07pm | posted by | 0 comments

Hearst appoints Mango Saul as editor of handbag.com

Hearst appoints Mango Saul as editor of handbag.comHearst appoints Mango Saul as editor of handbag.com

Hearst Magazines has today announced the appointment of Mango Saul as editor of fashion and lifestyle website handbag.com.

He will start on 1 March, replacing outgoing editor Rebecca Holman.

In addition to his new role at handbag.com, Saul will continue to oversee Sugarscape.com, the website which he has been editor of for three and a half years.

He said: “This is an exciting time to be joining handbag.com which has the potential to be the biggest online brand in the UK. With a planned re-design, mobile site, app and more brand extensions to launch in 2012, handbag.com won’t just be an amazing website but a multi-platform addictive product.”

Rebecca Miskin, digital strategy director, said: “I am thrilled to appoint Mango as Editor of handbag.com – his talent, high energy and multi-platform creativity in the women’s space will be a huge asset to this flagship blue-chip fashion & beauty brand. His digital expertise and success on Sugarscape.com will be invaluable as we successfully expand handbag.com. I’d also like to thank Rebecca and wish her all the best in the future.”

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