- Robyn Turk
Meredith Corporation is making changes with its InStyle title.
Effective immediately, Agnes B. Chapski is the fashion publication’s
vice president and publisher. Chapski comes from Sandow’s Beauty
Engine, where she held the role of president for its New Beauty
In the year and eight months Chapski spent with New Beauty, she
worked to transform the platform into an omni-channel beauty solutions
network. Prior to this, she spent 18 years with Condé Nast in roles
such as publisher and chief revenue officer of Allure and associate
publisher of Vanity Fair and Lucky.
“I’m thrilled to join Meredith and InStyle, an authoritative brand
that celebrates inspirational fashion and beauty content for all
women,” Chapski said in a press release. “InStyle ignites the desire
to shop and is uniquely positioned as a must-buy for marketers looking
for proven solutions and access that drive results.”
In her new role with InStyle, Chapski will report to Doug Olson,
president of Meredith Magazines.
Currently the largest brand-powered women’s media company in the
United States, Meredith Corporation had acquired InStyle along with
its previous parent company Time Inc. between 2017 and 2018.
Meredith’s media portfolio reaches over 175 million unique consumers
monthly nationwide, according to information it shared in a