Condé Nast has let go of longtime Brides editor in chief Millie Martini Bratten and replaced her with Marie Claire executive editor Anne Fulenwider. In another move, Michelle Myers is leaving as publisher of Lucky to become the new publisher of Brides, sources said.
These moves are just the start of what is expected to be a series of shake-ups in the coming days at the publisher. WWD has learned that Condé Nast plans to fold the Brides Local magazines, which are published in 16 different regions. Brides Local magazines and brides.com editor in chief Julie Raimondi resigned this week in order to take a job at a start-up, Lover.ly.
It looks like age discrimination to me!