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New York (April 27, 2011)—Women’s Health, the women’slifestyle brand published by Rodale Inc., has named Jacqueline Azria-Palombo as its new Fashion Director. The announcement was made today by Michele Promaulayko, VP/Editor in Chief of Women’s Health.  Azria-Palombo will oversee the fashion direction of the magazine and its ancillary products. She was most recently an independent stylist and art director working with several clients including Women’s Health, Seventeen, Redbook, Benetton, Garnett Hill and Land’s End. Azria-Palombo will officially join the Women’s Health staff on May 9.

“Jacqueline brings a vast amount of talent and experience to Women’s Health,” said Promaulayko.  “Her understanding of and enthusiasm for the brand will be a valuable asset as fashion continues to be an integral part of Women’s Health’s editorial mix.”

For the May issue, fashion/apparel pages are up 184% (vs. May ’10) and year to date, fashion advertising in Women’s Health is up 147% (vs. the same period last year). New advertisers include – but are not limited to – Citizen, Lily of France, Old Navy, Saucony and Vibram.

Prior to serving as an independent consultant, Azria-Palombo was for 10 years with CosmoGIRL, which she joined in 1999 as Fashion Director before being promoted to Creative Director in 2002.  Previously, she was a Senior Stylist at Seventeen and a Fashion Editor at the Paris-based Jeune et Jolie Magazine.

Azria-Palombo received a First degree diploma at Paris II Assas Law School. She resides in Manhattan.
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About Women’s Health
Women’s Health is a fresh, smart, and inspiring brand for today's active young women. Through diligent reporting, scientific research, and intimate, entertaining writing,Women’s Health speaks to every aspect of a woman's life, including health, fitness, nutrition, emotional well-being, sex & relationships, beauty and style.  Launched in October 2005 and published 10 times a year by Rodale Inc., Women’sHealth has quickly grown from a magazine and Web site,, into a multimedia brand that includes branded books, iPhone and iPad applications, events, and 9 international editions covering 22 countries reaching more than 10 million readers every month.  In 2010, Women’s Health was for the second time included on Adweek’s annual Hot List, securing the No. 2 spot.   In 2009, Women’s Health was named “Magazine of the Year” by Advertising Age.  For up-to-the-minute information visit Women’s Health on Twitter(@WomensHealthMag) and Facebook (Women’s Health Magazine).

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