Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, part of ITP Media Group has appointed Sarah Garden to the role of Digital Editor. Having joined ITP Media Group in 2015, Sarah most recently worked with ShortList Dubai and ShortList Abu Dhabi. In her new role, she will be responsible for harpersbazaararabia.com and the associated social media channels, overseeing the brand’s editorial and video content.
ShortList UAE officially launched its online platforms today, shortlistdubai.com and shortlistabudhabi.com, with its print publication to follow in September. Falling under the umbrella of Arab Publishing Partners (APP), part of ITP Publishing Group, the websites are headed up by Shortlist UAE Editor-in-Chief Eddie Taylor and Digital Editor Sarah Garden.
The websites include features on restaurants and cafes, bars and clubs, film and TV, events and attractions, as well as shopping and style – all relevant to their respective cities. Differing from Shortlist’s UK website, the UAE counterparts will be aimed at both women and men. Both websites will be updated regularly and will include searchable entertainment listings for each city.
ShortList UAE has welcomed Sarah Garden as Digital Editor. Sarah will bring with her extensive editorial experience, both online and in print, as well a first-class honours degree in Journalism from Napier University in the UK. Prior to moving to ShortList, she worked at Motivate Publishing as a Features Editor for magazines including Emirates Woman, Emirates Bride and Harvey Nichols.
In her new role, Sarah will be editing ShortList’s soon-to-be-launched UAE websites, shortlistdubai.com and shortlistabudhabi.com. ShortList UAE will be published by Arab Publishing Partners and will differ from its UK counterpart as it will be aimed at both men and women, covering a variety of subjects including new restaurants and bars, events and attractions, and shopping and style.
Emirates Woman Group has expanded its team and welcomed new Features Writer, Sarah Garden. Sarah will be writing across Emirates Woman, emirateswoman.com, EW mini, Emirates Bride, and Luxe.
“Emirates Woman’s reputation for newsworthy lifestyle writing and hard-hitting features is growing, so it’s a fantastic time to join the team,” says Sarah. “I’m excited to bring new ideas to the magazines and write about some thought-provoking topics, relevant to women in the UAE. ”
Sarah will cover a broad range of subjects including travel, lifestyle, health, fashion and beauty.