Luxury bridal publication goes live

New bridal magazine, Dubai Wedding Planner – Insider has launched under the domain With a focus on luxury bridal fashion, beauty, lifestyle and culture, as well as travel guides that will feature destinations for weddings and honeymoons, the online platform, will be complemented by an annual print magazine. The magazine’s print issue will be limited to 5,000 copies, which will be hand-delivered to its VIP readers and stocks will also be available in spas, golf and beach clubs, as well as selected first and business class lounges across the GCC.

The new launch sees the appointment of Aishwarya Tyagi to the role of Editor. Aishwarya, who has previously worked across media titles including MOJEH, Grazia Middle East and Masala!, will work across the magazine’s editorial content and contribute towards its development across the region.

Khaleej Times welcomes new Assistant Editor

Dubai-based newspaper, Khaleej Times has appointed Anamika Chatterjee to the role of Assistant Editor for its weekly magazine, wknd. Previously Editor of celebrity and lifestyle weekly, Masala’s online portal, part of ITP Publishing Group, Anamika will now contribute to editorial content for wknd’s print and digital editions.

‘I am thoroughly excited about the new assignment and hope to work closely with a team of very talented and motivated editors and writers,” says Anamika

Masala! Appoints Fashion and Beauty Editor

Aishwarya Tyagi has joined ITP Publishing as Fashion and Beauty Editor for Masala!. Previously Picture Editor and Writer at Grazia Middle East and most recently Editorial Assistant at Mojeh magazine, Aishawarya has over six years of PR and journalism experience which she will bring to her new role. As Fashion and Beauty Editor, she will be responsible for the fashion and beauty, as well as lifestyle features including; travel, food and society.

Masala! welcomes new Editor-in-Chief

Sonya Rehman has joined Masala! magazine as Editor-in-Chief, heading the weekly publication in print and online. For over 12 years, Sonya has been writing on Pakistani art and culture for a host of publications and newspapers, as well as international websites and magazines such as The Diplomat MagazineThe Wall Street Journal – Scene Asia and Al Jazeera.

Sonya is a Fullbright scholar and has an MS in Print Journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in New York.