Vogue Italia'seditor in chief, Emanuele Farneti, has resigned after four years, per WWD.
“Vogue is entering a new chapter: It is going global,” Farneti wrote on Instagram. “And because the beginning of any new chapter must coincide with the end of the last, I have decided to step down as EIC of Vogue Italia when our September issue is complete.”
Farneti, who assumed the job in 2017, didn’t reveal where he is going, saying: “There will be time to tell you about my next adventure.”
Conde Nast had not responded to a request for comment at press time.
Farmeti is joining a parade of top editors leaving in Europe. Including Dylan Jones, editor in chief of British GQ and Joseph Ghosn, editorial director of Vanity Fair France, WWD noted.“It has been an honor to continue the tradition of innovation, boundary-breaking and image-making crafted through a uniquely Italian perspective that was established by my great predecessor, Franca (Sozzani),” Farneti said.