Magazine Makeovers

FASHION VICTIMS The most closely watched circulation figures at the women's fashion magazines of late have been those rotating in and out of the editor's chair.

KATE BETTS was relieved of her job as editor of Harper's Bazaar last week, less than two years after she was hired from Vogue. Her attempts to bring a more youthful look and feel to the once aesthetically ascetic couture bible resulted in poor newsstand sales and her departure from the building to make way for GLENDA BAILEY, editor of Marie Claire, the somewhat less refined fashion magazine that has seen rising circulation since...

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