In recent years, as Condé Nast has eliminated editor-in-chief roles at most of Vogue’s international editions in a push to streamline editorial operations and cut costs, Enninful was the only editor-in-chief to hold onto his position (with the exception of Vogue’s global editorial director Anna Wintour).
Now, Nnadi, a trusted Vogue veteran who has been at the magazine for thirteen years and is currently the editor of Vogue.com, will take his place, aligning British Vogue with the title’s other European editions, where editors-in-chief like Emmanuelle Alt (Vogue Paris) and Emanuele Farneti (Vogue Italia) were exited and replaced by younger, internet-savvy and less expensive editors.
Nnadi “has proven herself adept at speaking to our digital audience and has found ways to extend Vogue’s reach, authority, and influence across all of our platforms,” said Wintour in a statement.
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