Edward Enninful will leave his post as editor-in-chief of British Vogue and take a new role within Condé Nast in the beginning of 2024, Vogue Business reports.
“Anna [Wintour] Roger [Lynch], and I have been discussing how I can play a broader role in enhancing Vogue globally,” Enninful wrote in a memo to staff.
He added, “I am excited to share that from next year I will be stepping into the newly appointed position of editorial advisor of British Vogue and global creative and cultural advisor of Vogue, where I will continue to contribute to the creative and cultural success of the Vogue brand globally while having the freedom to take on broader creative projects.”
The company will hire a new head of editorial for British Vogue.
“The position will partner very closely with you all and Anna, and will initially report to me until we have onboarded them,” Enninful added.
Enninful shared the news with the heads of editorial content at Vogue France, Vogue Italia, Vogue Spain and Vogue Germany, who report to him, Vogue Business reports.