Bruce Pask Leaves T Magazine for Men’s Director Role at Bergdorf Goodman-------
Turnover at the New York Times fashion desk continues. This time it’s Bruce Pask, men’s fashion director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, leaving for a gig at Bergdorf Goodman as men’s fashion director.
The news, originally reported today by WWD, isn’t exactly an industry shocker, since Pask has been styling menswear at Bergdorf’s for years, but it is a notable editorial-to-retail crossover—one we’ve seen men’s editors make before. The move brings to mind Bloomingdale’s men’s fashion director Josh Peskowitz, who got his start in editorial with stints at Cargo, Men.style.com, and Esquire.
As media continues to evolve with more shoppable content and attempts at e-commerce, and retail develops its editorial chops to create content of its own, it seems this is a career trajectory we’ll be seeing more of in the future.
In the meantime, let us know when you start taking bets on who will fill Pask’s chair at T.