A former Daily Mail, News of the World, Fabulous and Elle journalist has been appointed as the new editor of Grazia.
Natasha Pearlman was announced as the replacement for Jane Bruton, who this week leaves the Bauer Media title after ten years to join the Telegraph as director of lifestyle and deputy editor. Bruton was launch editor of Grazia in the UK.
Pearlman began her career as a features writer for the Daily Mail, and also worked on the newspaper's Femail commissioning desk.
She was then made features editor of the News of the World, deputy editor of Fabulous magazine and deputy editor of British Elle.
She said: “I am thrilled to be joining Grazia at such an exciting time in the magazine's history.
"What they have achieved in the last ten years has been era-defining and I am so excited to lead the brand as it embarks on the next decade.“
Between Burton leaving and Pearlman joining, deputy editor Marianne Jones will be acting editor.