Jamie Pallot, who has some job with Vanity Fair's website, is leaving the magazine voluntarily, because, as he tells Erik Maza, “There’s a summer house in Sagaponack that’s calling my name."
In the last year, Vanity Fair has taken on a number of labor-intensive digital projects that fell under Pallot’s watch, like the expansion of the International Best-Dressed List, which was opened up to take submissions from readers, an undertaking that involved significant logistical management.
Gosh that does sound labor-intensive. Fucker.
Erik Maza knows how to write a dry takedown piece, my friends.