The New York Times profiles Brandon Holley '89, the newly appointed editor of Lucky magazine. From the article:
"The challenge now, the new editor said, is figuring out how to rejuvenate Lucky without losing what makes it special: “I’m trying to figure out what’s baby and what’s bath water.” There will be “more words,” as Ms. Holley put it, as well as more color and “prettier,” more mainstream models. And she is focusing hard on the Web site. Ms. Holley wants to transform Luckymag.com into a “social shopping experience,” akin to eBay and etsy.com, where readers can create their own digital boutiques, perhaps giving a page in the print edition every month to the woman whose boutique sells the most.""