IPC SOUTHBANK SCOOPS THREE WINS AT 2011 BSME AWARDS
November 9, 2011
IPC Southbank was the big winner at last night's BSME Awards, with three of its editors walking away with major accolades.Look
's Ali Hall
was named Editor of the Year, Women's Magazines (weekly or fortnightly); Jules Barton-Breck
took the accolade for Editor of the Year, Women's Magazines (monthly or less frequent); and Wallpaper
's Tony Chambers
was presented with the award for Editor of the Year, Lifestyle Magazines.
In addition, Kate Stephens
was Highly Commended for The Fiona Macpherson New Editor of the Year award.
IPC Southbank managing director Jackie Newcombe says: "To win three awards is just amazing and so well deserved - from Wallpaper* to Essentials to Look, the winners reflected the breadth of Southbank's offering and the quality of work we produce across every sector."
Judges credited Essentials
for its 'significant innovations' and bold, brave approach; described Look
as 'oozing with inspiration'; and praised Wallpaper* for being a 'pioneering magazine', beautifully designed and truly innovative.-ENDS-
Picture shows (L-R): Jules Barton-Breck; Jackie Newcombe; Look publishing director Julie Lavington; and Tony Chambers
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