ACP Magazines has announced the appointment of Kellie Hush as editor of Harper's Bazaar.
Hush brings more than 12 years' experience in the luxury fashion and beauty market to this prestigious position.
Hush's career in the media has included five years as the Fashion Editor of The Sydney Morning Herald as well as three years as deputy editor of Harper’s Bazaar. Most recently, she was editor of ACP’s weekly fashion and style title, Grazia, where she drove the magazine’s readership to an all-time high.
Hush commented: “To be returning to a magazine I have loved for so long as Editor is an absolute career high. It’s a challenging but exciting time for magazines right now and I’m truly looking forward to continuing Harper’s Bazaar's position as the fashion authority in Australia.”
Publisher, Robyn Foyster said: “Harper’s Bazaar is the leading international fashion magazine brand synonymous with luxury and innovation. Kellie has a proven track record as an excellent magazine editor. She lives and breathes fashion, so it was a natural progression for her to take on the role of Editor, Harper’s Bazaar.
“Kellie’s passion for the Harper’s Bazaar brand, as well as her extensive experience in both the fashion and publishing industries, will ensure Bazaar retains its position as the must-read magazine for the latest on fashion, beauty and lifestyle.”
Harper’s Bazaar was launched in Australia in 1998 as part of the joint venture between ACP Magazines and Hearst Magazines International - the most successful and longstanding media partnership in Australia. The joint venture also publishes Cosmopolitan and madison.
Hush's appointment to Harper’s Bazaar is effective immediately. Amy Molloy will take over as acting editor of Grazia.