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Condé Nast International appoints Holly Shackleton editor-in-chief for Vogue International

Condé Nast International today announced it has appointed Holly Shackleton as editor-in-chief (EIC) of Vogue International. Shackleton joins Vogue International in April 2019 from i-D magazine where she is currently global EIC.

 

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Holly Shackleton

Working with Vice Media Group, Shackelton has rolled out i-D internationally to 11 markets in Europe, the United States, Asia and Latin America, building a global and multi-lingual team of editors and contributors. 

Wolfgang Blau, president Condé Nast International says: “Holly has a deep understanding of the global publishing, fashion and luxury industries. She has shown, if not created, the model for how to collaborate with journalists and creative talent across so many different cultures, languages and markets, while making i-D the distinctive ‘voice of a generation’. It is this rare combination of her strong editorial instincts, her intercultural awareness and experience as well her inspiring style of leadership that makes us all so excited to welcome Holly to Vogue, the world’s largest and most influential network of fashion journalists.” 

“It is an honour to be joining the Vogue International team at such a pivotal moment in fashion publishing. I very much look forward to working with Vogue’s award-winning editors to create content that celebrates Vogue’s truly global reach and unrivalled reputation.” commented Shackleton.

Launched in 2017, Vogue International is the heart of Vogue’s collective digital voice. The central team – comprised of international hand-picked digital experts – takes the lead on global stories, creating high quality digital content for the global Vogue editions. 

 

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Collectively, Vogue International sites reach a global monthly audience of 46m readers, 67m across social platforms with 1.3m people via WeChat, 11m on Snapchat, and 7m engaged followers on Instagram. The global digital network spans 16+ markets, speaking 9+ different languages. The Vogue International team create content as a 360-proposition exploring new methods of digital storytelling across features, photography, video and social.

Condé Nast International is a member of FIPP.

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