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Edward Enninful to take on new role at Vogue

The British Vogue editor-in-chief will become editorial advisor in 2024.

Edward Enninful to take on new role at Vogue
Edward Enninful: “I’m so excited about what the future holds for us.”

Edward Enninful, the European editorial director of Vogue and editor-in-chief of British Vogue, will be transitioning to a new role at Condé Nast in the beginning of 2024.

His new role will be editorial advisor at British Vogue and global creative and cultural advisor, Vogue.

Enninful revealed the news in a memo sent on 2nd June to the heads of editorial content at Vogue France, Vogue Italia, Vogue Spain and Vogue Germany, all of whom report to him:

Dear team,

Anna, Roger and I have been discussing how I can play a broader role in enhancing Vogue globally.

I am excited to share that from next year I will be stepping into the newly appointed position of Editorial Advisor at British Vogue and Global Creative and Cultural Advisor, Vogue, where I will continue to contribute to the creative and cultural success of the Vogue brand globally whilst having the freedom to take on broader creative projects.

To optimise my increased global responsibilities, and to give British Vogue the new focus it will deserve, we saw the opportunity to hire, in concert with our global editorial structure, a Head of Editorial Content for British Vogue. The position will partner very closely with you all and Anna, and will initially report to me until we have onboarded them.

For now everything remains the same, and I’m so excited about what the future holds for us.

I would like to thank Roger and Anna for their continued support.


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