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Telegraph appoints Jane Bruton

Jane Bruton has been appointed Director of Lifestyle and Deputy Editor at the Telegraph.

In this new role, Jane will oversee magazines, features, fashion, luxury and beauty. She will report to Chris Evans, Editor and Director of Content.

Jane joins from Grazia magazine where she has been editor-in-chief since 2005, during which time she has won BSME’s Editor of the Year award twice, as well as Editor’s Editor. In September 2013, Jane was voted Best Editor in Chief International at the Fashion Media Awards in New York, and she has also won Editor of the year at the PPA Awards. Grazia is currently PPA Digital Brand of the Year for the second year running.

Jane Bruton, said: “It is a huge wrench to leave Grazia after an amazing ten years, but the Telegraph offers an exciting opportunity that cannot be missed. I am looking forward to working with Chris Evans and the team to develop his powerful vision."

Chris Evans, Director of Content and Editor, The Daily Telegraph, said: “Jane brings to the Telegraph a wealth of experience and she will be a great asset to our executive editorial team. 2015 will be an exciting year for the Telegraph as we lead the way with our editorial content both in paper and online.

“I am delighted that my senior team is now in place with the appointments of Malcolm Coles as Director, Digital Media and Ben Clissitt as Executive Editor. I am also pleased to promote Mike Adamson to Editor, Telegraph.co.uk.”