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Capitol Communicator reports that The Washington Post announced a relaunch of its Style section, introducing readers to a new design.

The Washington Post announces relaunch of Style

by | Sep 12, 2023

The Washington Post announced a relaunch of its Style section, introducing readers to a new design that, states The Post, will provide “cutting-edge content and an unwavering commitment to uncovering news and trends in culture with personality, perspective, and deep reporting.”

In 1969, continues The Post, “former executive editor Ben Bradlee and his staff debuted “Style,” boldly creating a Features section that focused on stylish writing, entertaining topics and powerful people. More than half a century later, the section continues to publish remarkable journalism, winning 14 Pulitzer Prizes including Robin Givhan’s 2006 award for criticism, the first for a fashion writer. Columnist Monica Hesse was a 2023 Pulitzer finalist for her critical and revealing commentary on gender.

“Style content will live online as a curated section for the first time in its history, with its own homepage, a bespoke design that signals the reader is entering a different part of The Post, immersive feature formats, an expanded roster of writers, and a renewed focus on arts and entertainment, media, fashion, cultural trends, and politics.”
“The Style section has always been a sharp, funny, and thoughtful conversation partner who explains why people are dressing that way, talking that way, watching that way, voting that way. ‘Style’ entertains you, makes you think, and surprises you,” said Ben Williams, executive features editor. “With this revamp, we’re bringing a beloved cornerstone of The Washington Post into a new era by refreshing the thought-provoking stories and personalities Style has always been known for with a modern, fresh, and accessible digital presentation for new and loyal readers alike.”
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