Ariel Foxman Resigns From InStyle
After eight years as editor-in-chief, Foxman will leave the company on August 4.
Another major move in a summer of shakeups at Time Inc., Ariel Foxman has resigned as editor-in-chief of InStyle. An interim editor-in-chief has yet to be announced.
Foxman will leave the company on August 4, after eight years at InStyle and 15 years at Time Inc. It is unclear where he will go next.
“I asked myself, ‘What do I want to be doing next? What opportunities do I want to explore?” Foxman said in an interview with WWD, while denying it had to do with restructuring at Time Inc. “For me, it’s really about creating incredible content for engaged audiences.”
In addition to his role as editor-in-chief of InStyle, Foxman is the editorial director of InStyle and StyleWatch, and oversees “The InStyle Collection,” a group of fashion publications formed in March which include InStyle, Mimi, xoJane and The Outfit.