Didi Gluck Returns to Shape Magazine

Meredith brings her back into the fold as beauty and lifestyle deputy editor

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From 2007 to 2010, Didi Gluck (pictured) served as a deputy and beauty editor at Shape magazine. Along the way, this Medill School grad has also worked for More, Redbook, Marie Claire and Real Simple.

Per an announcement today by Meredith Corporation, which proudly reminds that it reaches overall three out of four U.S. millennial women, Gluck has returned to Shape in essentially the same capacity as deputy editor, beauty and lifestyle. She will work out of the company’s New York offices:

In her new position, Gluck will oversee all beauty content at Shape and represent the brand at industry events, as well as work on additional lifestyle and celebrity-focused content.

“Not only is Didi a well-respected authority in the beauty industry, but her broad base of editorial knowledge across health, fitness and lifestyle topics will be a vital asset for the Shape brand,” says editor in chief Goodman Artis. “We’re excited to welcome her back to the SHAPE team.”

Gluck actually began her career at Meredith, as assistant fashion and beauty editor of Ladies’ Home Journal. She has also worked on the brand strategy side with clients including Aveda, Clinique, L’Oreal and Shiseido. She reports to Artis.

@hollywoodspin rhorgan@gmail.com Richard Horgan is co-editor of Fishbowl.
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