Terry Mansfield

Terry Mansfield began his career in advertising and worked at Conde Nast including Men in Vogue and Vogue magazines in the sixties. He helped re-launch several magazines including Harper’s Bazaar. In 1984 he became Chairman of COMAG, the largest magazine distribution company in the UK. During his career he has launched 7 magazines and created the Cosmo Show. In 1993 he was the first non-American in the history of the US-based Hearts Corporation, a global communications company, to be elected on its Board of Directors. In 2006 Terry became Chairman of Graduate Fashion Week.

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