Grazia editor-in-chief Jane Bruton is to join the Telegraph Media Group as director of lifestyle and deputy editor, reports Press Gazette.
At the Telegraph, Bruton will oversee magazines, features, fashion, luxury and beauty.
Bruton said: “It is a huge wrench to leave Grazia after an amazing 10 years, but the Telegraph offers an exciting opportunity that cannot be missed.”
Bruton has been editor-in-chief at Grazia since 2005. Her awards have included being named British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME) Editor of the Year award twice.
Before joining Grazia, Bruton was editor of Eve for two years.
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