Style Scoop: Lucky Magazine isn’t Going Anywhere, Ladies Home Journal Goes Kaput, Jane Keltner de Valle’s Glamorous


On Wednesday, Page Six reported that Lucky magazine was packing up shop and sending editor-in-chief Eva Chen back to Teen Vogue. Chen, however, sent a memo to her staff saying that “news reports of Lucky ‘finally’ folding are not only ‘recycled rumors from years past,’ but they are wrong.” To further drive home her point, Chen signed off with a Youtube clip of P. Diddy’s “Bad Boys for Life.” [Women’s Wear Daily]

After 131 years, Ladies Home Journal is closing. The staff was informed this morning that layoffs are imminent. The magazine wasn’t doing so well with its advertising dollars. Ad pages fell 22 percent. Sad times, indeed. [Adweek]

Jane Keltner de Valle is living the glamorous life! de Valle is leaving Teen Vogue after 10 years to join the team at Glamour magazine where she will serve as the glossy’s fashion news director. In her new role, she will steer the news and trend coverage. [Fashionista]

Forget all your troubles, forget all your cares and go downtown, especially now that Saks Fifth Avenue is eyeing a location for a new store there! “Saks will anchor Brookfield Place, making it the undisputable luxury destination downtown.” We’ll see you there. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Gone are the days when men served as a neutral backdrop for their glamorous dates on the Met Ball red carpet. Anna Wintour wants the gents to step up their sartorial game with white tie and tails. But what does that mean, exactly? [The New York Time]