British Vogue appoints Chioma Nnadi as Head of Editorial Content, makes History

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Chioma Nnadi has emerged as the Head of Editorial Content at British Vogue, making her the first black woman to lead the fashion magazine.
Nnadi, a Nigerian with Swiss-German ancestry will replace Edward Enninful, a British stylist of Ghanaian descent.

Edward, the magazine’s first male and black editor announced his resignation in June.

Instead of being known as Editor-in-Chief, Chioma, 44, will be known as Head of Editorial Content.

On Monday, delighted Nnadi shared her most recent success on her Instagram account: “I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m the new head of editorial content for @britishvogue. Huge thanks to Anna Wintour, @edward_enninful, and Roger Lynch for giving me this opportunity. I’m truly honored and so excited to be coming home. Stay tuned! And thank you @stefanruizphoto for the photo,” she wrote.

London-born Nnadi, according to fashion icon Anna Wintour, was able to expand the magazine’s reach across several channels and connect it with a digital readership.

On October 9, 2023, she will start in her new position.

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