British Vogue has announced that Chioma Nnadi will be replacing Edward Enninful as the head of editorial content. Nnadi, who is currently the editor of the US edition’s website, will be the first Black woman to edit the prestigious fashion publication. Born and raised in London, Nnadi has been at Vogue for 13 years and has made her mark overseeing the digital coverage of major events. She is excited to bring her boundary-pushing style and celebrate the broad scope of what it means to be British. Nnadi will begin her new role on October 9.
British Vogue Appoints Chioma Nnadi as Edward Enninful’s Replacement
After months of speculation, British Vogue has announced that Chioma Nnadi will be taking over as the head of editorial content, replacing Edward Enninful. Nnadi, who is currently the editor of the US edition’s website, brings 13 years of experience at Vogue to her new role. She is set to start on October 9 and will be the first Black woman to hold this position at the esteemed fashion publication. Nnadi is eager to showcase her boundary-pushing style and celebrate the diverse perspectives that make up British fashion.
Breaking Barriers in Fashion Journalism
Chioma Nnadi’s appointment as the head of editorial content at British Vogue marks a significant milestone in the fashion industry. As the first Black woman to hold this position, Nnadi is breaking barriers and paving the way for greater diversity and representation in fashion journalism. With her extensive experience and unique perspective, Nnadi is poised to bring a fresh and exciting voice to the publication. Her appointment is a testament to the changing landscape of fashion and the industry’s commitment to inclusivity.