Vogue China EIC Margaret Zhang Leaves Conde Nast

Condé Nast has another shift in leadership: Margaret Zhang, the editor in chief of Vogue China, has left the staff. 

Zhang is a fashion executive with more than 2 million followers on Instagram, according to Financial Times. She joined Condé Nast two years ago and was the youngest Vogue editor. 

But Zhang was attacked in social media for being born in Australia, although she is ethnic Chinese, Financial Times writes.  

Hers is one of several high-level departures at Condé Nast. Edward Enninful is stepping down as editor in chief of Vogue UK, and UK managing director Albert Read and Vanessa Kingori have left.  

Enninful’s replacement is Chioma Nnadi. However, Nnadi will not serve as editor in chief but as the head of editorial content, reporting to Vogue editorial director Anna Wintour in New York, Financial Times continues. 





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