Edward Enninful, Vogue editor-in-chief, only announced he was moving to a new role at the brand last week, but the rumour mill is already in overdrive as to who will replace him as the newly created “head of editorial content” come 2024. Step forward Princeton alumni Mark Guiducci, creative director at US Vogue, who has conveniently just moved to this side of the pond as part of the team overseeing Anna Wintour’s new philanthropic arts extravaganza, Vogue World, which she hopes will take over London “in the way the Met Gala did” New York, while raising money for the UK’s struggling art scene. “Fashion doesn’t exist in a vacuum,” said Guiducci of the event, which would also make a neat one-line pitch for the job. “It needs a cultural context, and that’s what Vogue does.” Hot on his heels are British Vogue deputy ed Sarah Harris and Chioma Nnadi, a London native of Nigerian and Swiss-German descent who works out of the US as editor of Vogue.com. “I absolutely rely on her eye and her cosmopolitan and her taste,” Wintour said of Nnadi when promoting her in 2021. “She is forward looking and understands that Vogue needs to reach new audiences and do so in new ways.” Fall is going to be an interesting season.
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