Prior to her new role at AMI, Flamberg held roles at Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s Day, and Fitness, before joining Us Weekly in 2008
NEW YORK, NY — September 20, 2017 — American Media, Inc. (AMI) today announced the promotion of Gwen Flamberg to Vice President Beauty & Style for the AMI Celebrity Group as well as Executive Editor, Beauty & Style for Us Weekly. Flamberg previously served as Beauty Director of Us Weekly, she will report to AMI Chairman and CEO David J. Pecker.
“Gwen not only represents the amazing depth of talent that was key to our acquisition of Us Weekly but also the passion and commitment that underscores how this brand will continue to grow and flourish in the coming months,” said Mr. Pecker. “Her comprehensive industry knowledge and her insights and impact on beauty and style trends is an extraordinary asset that can continue to be leveraged to the benefit of our brands’ passionate audiences in this new role.”
Flamberg will oversee the beauty and style coverage for AMI’s celebrity titles including Us Weekly, Star, and OK! across all platforms.
“I’m thrilled to step up to a role that allows me to create the most engaging content for readers who share my voracious appetite for celebrity trends,” said Flamberg. “I couldn’t be more excited to tap into each brand’s unique DNA, delivering stories where readers live 24/7, continuing to enhance AMI’s standing as the go-to source for all things celebrity beauty and style.”
In addition to directing the beauty and style coverage of Us Weekly across all platforms as the brand’s Beauty Director, Flamberg has established herself as one of the most sought after industry insiders offering commentary on The Today Show, E! News, Extra, Bloomberg News, CNN Showbiz Tonight, Good Morning America, The Insider, Access Hollywood among other national outlets.
Prior to her new role at AMI, Flamberg developed her standing as one of the beauty and style industry’s leading influencers through roles at Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s Day, and Fitness before joining Us Weekly in 2008.