Pamela Fiori

Pamela Fiori was the first female Editor-in-Chief of Town&Country magazine and served in the position from 1993-2010. Under Fiori’s editorship, Town&Country – America’s longest continuously published general-interest magazine, established in 1846 – has became the premier luxury lifestyle magazine in the United States, edited for the country’s most sophisticated, affluent, and accomplished women. 

In addition to Town&Country, Fiori has also produced two semi-annual editions of Town&Country Weddings and several books on entertaining, weddings, and modern behavior.

Prior to her achievements at Town&Country, Fiori was widely credited with the success of American Express Publishing’s Travel & Leisure, which she edited for 14 years. In her expanded role, Fiori oversaw all editorial operations for American Express Publishing magazines, which included Travel & Leisure, Food & Wine, and Departures. 

Fiori is also on the Board of Directors of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, and the founding co-chairperson of the UNICEF Snowflake Project. She received the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award in 2005.