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Designer Tiaan Nagel to edit Sunday Times FashionWeekly

5 Jun 2014 09:43
The Sunday Times FashionWeekly supplement of 8 June, will be the first under the new editorship of South African designer and fashion entrepreneur Tiaan Nagel.
With more than ten years' experience in contemporary clothing design, Nagel has worked with luxury brands, commercial high-street brands, as well as designer department stores. His career started with Clive Rundle, and includes range building and production management for Marion & Lindie, where he was Creative Director.

Nagel's style has received acclaim from international fashion and lifestyle media including W Magazine, British Vogue, Vogue Italia, V Magazine, and Wallpaper.

"I have worked on FashionWeekly since its inception. I understand the dynamic and look forward to exploring its handwriting, keeping it modern, relevant and growing into a local fashion authority," says Nagel.

Nagel takes the reins from Sarah Buitendach, who has been appointed digital editor and will lead the development of a new Sunday Times website. Similarly, Robyn Alexander who has been involved in the HomeWeekly supplement since 2012 has been appointed as the new editor of the HomeWeekly.
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