August 22 2014

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Bruce Pask Leaves T Magazine for Men’s Director Role at Bergdorf Goodman


Bruce PaskTurnover 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,, 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.

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A Day In The Life Of: Marcelo Burlon, Editor In Chief Of Rodeo Magazine, Event Planner, Nightclub King


8 a.m.
Just woke up. I need a caffè Americano with lots of sugar. I’m’s guest blogger this week so I have to cover all the fashion week stuff. Previously Julia Restoin-Roitfeld covered New York fashion week, and now it’s my turn. Today is all about meetings. I’m running to photographer Vicky Trombetta’s studio to finish the casting for our fashion story in Rodeo magazine. We’re looking for ten new girls; it will be fun to see all these new faces. Chanel and Lakshmi are confirmed. Very exciting.

11 a.m.
I have a meeting with Casey Spooner for a quick brief about my party. It’s called “Pink Is Punk” and Fischerspooner is the guest DJ. It’s going to be very tough because not everyone can get in. The capacity is only 300 people, and because it’s fashion week, we only let in friends, and of those only the ones with the best looks!

11:30 a.m.
The phone’s ringing. It’s my best mate, Riccardo Tisci. He wants me to listen to the music for his show, which will be on Sunday, March 8. I met Ricky many years ago and I fell in love with his vision and aesthetic. In fact, I was his PR person for the first three years of his career before Paris called.

12 p.m.
I’m starting to feel hungry. I may stop by Cucchi to have a quick sandwich and see some old Milanese ladies wearing incredible outfits.

12:30 p.m.
Meeting with Andreina Longhi to go over the Rodnik show Saturday night at Superstudio. After that I’m running to lunch with Margherita Missoni to give her a birthday present. Her family’s show was yesterday, always nice and warm. Continue Reading “A Day In The Life Of: Marcelo Burlon, Editor In Chief Of Rodeo Magazine, Event Planner, Nightclub King” »