Leslie Ivers, who jumped from Cosmo to become the new editor-in-chief of Real Simple, continues to reshape the masthead with Hearst talent.
Geraldson “Gino” Chua is the latest. He is joining as art director, jumping from Hearst-owned Esquire, where he was deputy art director, replacing Alyce Jones, who is out. Two other staffers also left RS this month and have yet to be replaced.
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