Pilar Guzman Leaves Martha Stewart Living for Condé Nast Traveler

Design News 08.21.13

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Starting September 3, Martha Stewart Living editor-in-chief Pilar Guzman will be taking the top role at Condé Nast Traveler. Guzman has been at MSLO since 2011, though she founded Condé Nast's high-end (and now defunct) parenting mag, Cookie. Martha Stewart Living announced that editorial and brand director Eric Pike will be their new editor-in-chief effective immediately.

In other news, a new photography museum is set for Morocco, and this water bottle makes the ocean drinkable. See the headlines after the jump.

• Martha Stewart Living's Pilar Guzman Headed to Condé Nast Traveler | Adweek
• Morocco focuses on photography | The Art Newspaper
• This Magical Desalinating Water Bottle Will Make The Ocean Drinkable | Co.Exist

(Image: Astrid Stawiarz via Adweek)

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