'Vogue,' 'Variety' Hire New Site Editors

Chioma Nnadi will be the new editor of Vogue’s site, effective immediately. Anna Wintour remains the top editor of the publication.

Nnadi replaces Stuart Emmrich who left mid-summer.

No stranger to Vogue, Nnadi is a 10-year vet of the fashion pub. She was hired as a writer, but became the site’s fashion news director in 2014. Before that, she worked for the Evening Standard Magazine, Trace and Fader.

Wintour stated of Nnadi: “Above all, we know her as someone who intuitively understands fashion and brings to it a genuine love of discovery. … I absolutely rely on her eye and her cosmopolitanism and her taste.”

Separately, Variety.com named a new editor: William Earl. The timing dovetails with the magazine’s expansion into video and podcasts, alongside its industry news focus.



Earl reports to Cynthia Littleton, Variety interim editor-in-chief.

“William Earl is a digital media veteran with a strong track record of helping other PMC brands grow and expand in highly competitive sectors,” Littleton said.

He joined PMC, Variety’s parent company nine years ago and was previously PMC’s director of digital development.

Variety has also promoted Jordan Moreau to online news editor.

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