Town&Country's new Editor-in-Chief Stephen Drucker, formerly editor of House Beautiful, laid off the magazine's Art + Culture section staff, which includes Sarah Medford, Zoe Settle and Chris Schmicker, according to a report in the New York Post.
Shortly before Labor Day, the magazine's feature editor Heidi Mitchell handed in resignation papers. She was also the editor of the bi-annual publication Town&Country Weddings.
In addition, the magazine's art director Agnethe Glatved has resigned, and copy chief Jean Rodie was let go.
A Hearst spokeswoman said, "We'll have new staff to announce shortly."
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