Anna Wintour is said to be resigning as Editor in Chief of Vogue this summer after about 30 years at the magazine.
According to an article on The New York Post, Anna Wintour is said to be resigning as Editor in Chief of Vogue this summer. Wintour has been with the magazine for about 30 years and has made the magazine what it is today with its iconic covers and current style.
Wintour is rumored to be resigning after the wedding of her daughter, Bee Schaffer, to Francesco Carrozzini, the son of Vogue Italy Editor in Chief Franca Sozzani. Resigning then would allow Wintour to after closing the magazine’s iconic September Issue this year, according to the New York Post.
British Vogue Editor in Chief Edward Enninful is rumored to replace her, however, there haven’t been any rumors as to who will replace her as Artistic Director, a position she got in 2013 in which she is in charge of all of Condé Nast’s magazines.
A spokesperson for Vogue and Condé Nast released a statement saying, “we emphatically deny these rumors.” They, however, declined to comment specifically on Wintour’s plans.
There are also rumors that the interview for Wintour’s resignation has already been arranged and granted to The New York Times.
The rumors come after the closing of magazines and resignation and replacement of editors. Condé Nast has closed the print edition of Teen Vogue and other magazines and closed Style.com after having relaunched it as an e-commerce site in the UK and before even launching it in the US.
Wintour has not yet commented on the rumors.
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