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Awards and Honors
2019 — ASME Finalist in Personal Service | “Marie Claire's Guide to Having a Baby”
2018 — ASME Cover of the Year Winner in Fashion and Beauty | Emma Stone, September
2017 — Bustle Best Stories by Women Honoree | “These Women Are the Last Thing Standing Between You and Nuclear War”
Sally Holmes is the Editor in Chief of Marie Claire, a multi-platform brand that covers fashion, beauty, politics, and culture for women with power, purpose, and style. Holmes has been with Marie Claire since 2018, first as digital director, overseeing all content for the brand’s website and social platforms. Under her leadership, Marie Claire has increased its traffic, achieved record e-commerce growth, and been nominated for two ASME awards. She started her career at New York magazine as an editor for their website before moving over to The Cut ahead of its relaunch in 2012. She later joined Hearst Magazines in 2014 as the senior news editor at ELLE.com before taking on the role of deputy editor in 2016 and then executive editor in 2017. During her time at ELLE.com, Holmes received a Magazine Media Award nomination. Born and raised in New York City, Holmes graduated with an English major and French minor from Boston College. She now lives in Brooklyn with her husband, where they love to explore new coffee shops and dream of owning a French bulldog.
Danielle McNally is the executive managing editor of Marie Claire, where she oversees features across all platforms, and contributes to the brand’s print, digital, video, and marketing strategy. She has held various leadership roles over the course of her five years with the brand, including director of features and special projects and deputy editor. Prior to joining Marie Claire, Danielle was a senior editor at Cosmopolitan, handling the brand’s health, fitness, and nutrition coverage, in addition to editing news, political, and social justice features. She has held positions at DETAILS and SHAPE, and was a proud staffer at Food Network Magazine during the publication’s highly successful launch in 2008. Work she has edited has been nominated for a National Magazine Award in personal service four times, with the package ‘Invasion of Privacy’ winning the award in 2021. Danielle has degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Miami. While there she spent her time creating and editing the school's first student magazine, titled, appropriately, Distraction. She lives in Manhattan with her husband; you can find her virtually @DaniSMcNally.
Jenny is the Director of Content Strategy at Marie Claire. Originally from London, she moved to New York in 2012 to attend the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and never left. She was the first intern at Bustle when it launched in 2013 and spent five years building out its news and politics department. In 2018, she joined Marie Claire, where she oversees brand strategy, including affiliate streams, service journalism, audience goals, and day-to-day content. When she isn't editing or knee-deep in Google Analytics, you can find her writing articles about television, fiction, her lifelong hate of umbrellas, or (most likely) her dog, Captain. She's written extensively about developmental coordination disorder, or dyspraxia, which she was diagnosed with when she was nine.
Deena Campbell is the Beauty Director of Marie Claire where she oversees all beauty and health content on all platforms. Deena joined Marie Claire after a decade-long career as an editor in print and digital media. Before joining the brand, she managed editorial content for L’Oréal owned Makeup.com and Skincare.com. In 2015, she launched Essence.com’s hair channel where she received Time Inc.'s Henry R. Luce Award, shortly before joining Allure.com’s staff as Senior Beauty Editor. Along with her editorial positions, she also consulted on content and marketing strategies for beauty companies including DevaCurl and Dove, and has appeared at various speaking events and live television segments. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Byrdie, SELF, Refinery29, Teen Vogue, and a host of others. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Pittsburgh and lives in New Jersey with her husband and two children. She is a Libra in the truest sense of the word and is in the process of learning to play the guitar. You can find her on Instagram at @deenacampbell.
Brittany Holloway-Brown is the art director of Marie Claire, where she is responsible for all things visual and for ensuring the brand’s visual voice stays consistent and forward-looking. Before joining Marie Claire, Brittany held various design lead roles at Vox Media, first at Racked, then the Vox Storytelling Team, a group tasked with experimental storytelling, and then as the Design Director of Eater, a food and restaurant network. In this role, she established a brand voice for the storied food brand by creating custom illustrations, expanding its network of freelancers, and art directing its editorial packages, including travel guides, a custom volunteer search engine, and award tentpoles. Eater’s visuals became well-recognized and complemented the brand’s rigorous reporting as it moved into policy, immigration, foodways, and the significant cultural impact of food. In her collaboration with Eater NY, one of the illustrations she commissioned, “Can Paying $50K for PR Still Make a Restaurant Famous?” was selected for American Illustration 39. During her seven-year tenure with Vox, she wore many hats, including helping to guide editorial strategy, creating end-to-end experiences, and contributing to the company’s broader design and product goals. In addition, she had the honor of being on the Vox Visual Ethics Committee, a cross-department group tasked with creating a guide to helping all staff make informed and inclusive choices around imagery. Brittany has a Bachelor’s in Illustration from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She also served as a proud judge for the National Magazine Awards in 2021 and Food Photography Awards for PDN Taste in 2019. Brittany currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. You can find her on Instagram at @b_h___b.
Neha Prakash is Marie Claire's Senior News and Culture editor where she edits, writes, and ideates entertainment, politics, and current event features. She oversees the brand's editorial bookings for print and digital covers as well as video franchises and Marie Claire's flagship event, Power Trip. Since joining the team in early 2020, she's produced entertainment packages about buzzy television shows and films, helped steer culture SEO content, commissioned op-eds from notable writers, and penned widely-shared celebrity profiles and interviews. Prior to Marie Claire, she held editor roles at Brides, Glamour, Mashable, and Condé Nast, where she launched and helmed the Social News Desk. Her pop culture, celebrity, and fashion coverage has appeared on Vanity Fair, GQ, Allure, Teen Vogue, and Architectural Digest. She earned a masters degree from the Columbia School of Journalism in 2012 and a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and fluffy dog, Ghost; she loves matcha lattes, Bollywood movies, and has many hot takes about TV reboots. Follow her @nehapk.
Sara Holzman is the Style Editor for Marie Claire where she covers daily fashion content, ranging from the pieces worth investing in to the latest in seasonal trends across the world’s fashion metropolises in New York, Milan, and Paris. Sara also oversees several of Mare Claire’s fashion franchises, including MC Muse, Worth It, What I Wear to Work, and The Essentials. Over her six years with the brand, Sara has reported on the ever-evolving world of fashion—covering both established and emerging designers within the industry. When she’s not penning about fashion, she uncovers the best new travel destinations, hotels, and restaurants to explore around the world. Prior to Marie Claire, Sara has held fashion positions at Lucky and SELF Magazine and was a regular contributor to Equinox’s Furthermore website, where she wrote across their style, wellness, and travel verticals. She holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and currently resides in Manhattan. Follow her along at @sarajonewyork.
Samantha Holender is the Beauty Editor at Marie Claire, where she reports on the best new launches, dives into the science behind skincare, and shares the breakdown on the latest and greatest trends in the beauty space. Prior to joining the team, she worked as Us Weekly’s Beauty and Style Editor, where she stayed on the pulse of pop culture and broke down celebrity beauty routines, hair transformations, and red carpet looks. Her words have also appeared on Popsugar, Makeup.com, Skincare.com, Delish.com, and Philadelphia Wedding. Samantha also serves as a board member for the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). She first joined the organization in 2018, when she worked as an editorial intern at Food Network Magazine and Pioneer Woman Magazine. Samantha has a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. While at GWU, she was a founding member of the school’s HerCampus chapter and served as its President for four years. When she’s not deep in the beauty closet or swatching eyeshadows, you can find her obsessing over Real Housewives and all things Bravo. Keep up with her on Instagram @samholender.
Lucia Tonelli is the Social Media Editor at Marie Claire, where she oversees and creates content across the magazine’s social platforms, including Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest. Prior to Marie Claire, Lucia held positions at Town & Country, where she ran the brand’s social channels and wrote for the website, and ELLE Decor, where she got her start as an Editorial Fellow, and later worked as the brand’s Editorial Assistant, writing for the site and managing the brand’s social channels. In her previous roles, she wrote about design, real estate, the royal family, and beauty. Lucia earned her degree in Communications from Boston University, with a concentration in Psychology. While at BU, she worked for the school’s fashion magazine, Off the Cuff. She is currently based in Brooklyn, where she can be found baking sourdough bread and placing bids on furniture she doesn’t need. You can find her on Instagram at @luciatonelli.
Julia Marzovilla is an E-Commerce Writer at Marie Claire, where she covers everything from the latest beauty and fashion launches to celebrity outfits and news. She also creates tons of shopping guides that span every vertical on the site. Prior to joining the team at Marie Claire, Julia was the Trending Fashion and News Writer at StyleCaster, where she wrote about current trends and covered breaking fashion and beauty news. She also contributed stories to sites like NYLON, Fashionista, The Zoe Report, Bustle, InStyle, and Who What Wear on a freelance basis during this time. Her work for those publications sat at the intersection between internet culture and fashion. She has also held previous positions on the social media team Calvin Klein and Hearst Magazines as a fashion closet assistant. Julia has a degree in English with a minor in Journalism from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, where she spent her time holding several positions on the Opinion desk at The Paw, LMU’s award-winning student-run newspaper. She currently lives in New York City. You can find her across the internet at @JuliaMarzovilla.
Gabrielle Ulubay is an E-Commerce Writer at Marie Claire, where she primarily covers fashion and beauty. Her writing has also been published in HuffPost Personal, Bustle, Alma, Muskrat Magazine, O'Bheal, and elsewhere, where she has written about politics, gender, race, and identity. Her work in The New York Times' Modern Love column kickstarted her freelancing career in 2018, and her essay has since been printed in the 2019 revised edition of the Modern Love book. Her academic focuses were in history and film, and she has made films on gender equity in addition to writing about media and entertainment for Film Ireland, University College Cork, and on her personal blog, gabrielleulubay.medium.com. Before writing full-time with Marie Claire, Gabrielle worked in local government, higher education, and E-Commerce, and has resided in four countries and counting. At the moment, she lives between Boston and New York City. Find her on Twitter at @GabrielleUlubay or on Instagram at @gabrielle.ulubay.
Iris Goldsztajn is the morning editor at Marie Claire, covering the latest celebrity and royal news before the East Coast wakes up. She also contributes in-depth royal features and interviews influential women about their beauty routines and work style. As a London-based freelance journalist, she writes about wellness, relationships, pop culture, beauty and more for the likes of InStyle, Shape, Bustle, Men's Health and SheKnows. Previously, she was the associate editor for Her Campus, where she oversaw the style and beauty news sections, as well as producing gift guides, personal essays and celebrity interviews. There, she worked remotely from Los Angeles, after returning from a three-month stint as an editorial intern for Cosmopolitan.com in New York. As an undergraduate at UCLA, she interned at goop and C California Style, co-founded her school's chapter of Ed2010, and served as Her Campus' style and LGBTQ+ editor. Iris was born and raised in France by a French father and an English mother. Her Spotify Wrapped is riddled with country music and One Direction, and she can typically be found eating her body weight in cheap chocolate.
Rachel Burchfield is a writer, editor, and podcaster whose primary interests are fashion and beauty, society and culture, and, most especially, the British Royal Family. She has contributed to publications like Allure, Bustle, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Elle, Glamour, Glossy, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Marie Claire, Midwest Living, People, Southern Living, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and W, among others, and is the editor of What Meghan Wore, a site dedicated to the Duchess of Sussex’s fashion, lifestyle, and work, the editor of About Town, a magazine about Birmingham's social scene, and the Weekend Editor at Marie Claire, covering the royals and celebrities. Rachel is also the cohost of Podcast Royal, a show that examines the British Royal Family and other royal families around the world, and is the host of I’d Rather Be Reading, which spotlights the best current reads and interviews the authors of them. In addition to her own shows, Rachel has also appeared as a guest on podcasts like NBC's Today Show, Royally Us, Kennedy Dynasty, Say It Southern, The Style That Binds Us, History of the 90s, and The Wealth Edit. She has a column on Thought Catalog and is the publisher of the blogs The Duchess Commentary and Worth the Wait.
Quinci LeGardye is a Contributing Culture Editor at Marie Claire, and a freelance culture writer elsewhere on the Internet. She currently lives in her hometown of Los Angeles after periods living in New York City and Albuquerque, where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in English and Psychology from The University of New Mexico. She began her journalism career covering local and state politics, with an emphasis on mental health in Black communities, in California before pivoting to covering culture and entertainment full-time. In 2021, she joined Marie Claire, where she contributes day-to-day-content covering television, with a specialty in Korean entertainment, movies, books, and pop culture in general. She has also written features, profiles, recaps, personal essays, and cultural criticism for outlets including Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Teen Vogue, Vulture, Polygon, Catapult, and others. When she isn't writing or checking Twitter way too often, you can find her watching the latest K-drama, recommending her favorite shows and films to family and friends, or giving a concert performance in her car.
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Founded by Jean Prouvost (who also launched Paris Soir and Paris Match), Marie Claire was born twice. First as a weekly in October 1937, where it sold 500,000 copies of its first issue and, in 1939, nearly one million copies on the eve of World War II. With Marcelle Auclair at its head, Marie Claire became the first modern women’s fashion magazine.
Marie Claire was born a second time in October 1954, with the same founder, Jean Prouvost; the same editor, Marcelle Auclair; and the same mission: “to open up the future for women, help them make their own way through changing times...inform them about subjects that are rocking their world, give them a voice to share the challenges they face and those of the changing society they live in."
When Jean Prouvost left Marie Claire’s helm in 1976, Evelyne Prouvost, one of his granddaughters, created Groupe Marie Claire. Evelyne became Chairman of the company, grouping the women-led titles of the Prouvost empire. In 1994, the first American edition of Marie Claire hit newsstands. In 2004, Arnaud de Contades became CEO of Groupe Marie Claire.
Today, Marie Claire is present in 29 markets around the world, including Europe, the Americas, Asia Pacific, South Africa, and the Middle East, making Marie Claire one of the most widely recognized women’s fashion media brands in the world.
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