Ariel Foxman is the editor of InStyle, the trusted style authority for over 10 million women and the leading fashion magazine in terms of newsstand sales, ad pages and reader affluence. Foxman oversees the monthly magazine, its 17 international editions, and brand extensions including InStyle.com, InStyle Hair, InStyle Makeover and InStyle books. He was named to the post in September 2008, at age 34, becoming the title’s first male editor. He began his career at Crown Publishers and paid his magazine dues as an assistant at both Details and The New Yorker. Foxman was also the founding editor of Conde Nast’s Cargo. In 2011, he was featured in Out’s annual “Power 50,” and in 2009 was named one of the most powerful fashion magazine editors by Forbes, in addition to being featured in The Advocate’s “Forty Under 40.” In 2008, Foxman appeared as himself on an episode of “Gossip Girl.” He is a board member of the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME) and a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard.