Vogue Appoints New Digital Creative Director.
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Will Vogue ever be authoritative again?
It has been a rocky year (or decade) for Vogue US, as a remarkable number of Anna’s team members left her sitting alone on the 25th floor at the One World Trade Center.
Jill Demling left to join British Vogue and Selby Drummond took to Snapchat.
And as of yesterday, Sally Singer, Vogue.com’s digital creative director, announced her departure to explore other opportunities.
A clear sign that Vogue needs to change.
Whilst everyone speculated which fresh thinking, diverse and new-gen talent might finally boost Vogue’s digital presence, Vogue already announced L.A Times journalist, Stuart Emmrich as the replacement.
In a statement, Anna Wintour said Emmerich brings a “discerning understanding of the current news climate.”
And Emmrich stated he wants to make “the (Vogue) website an essential daily read” again.
Vogue did not take the chance to engage with young diverse talent that represents the current fashion industry.
So guys, was this a good move for Vogue to become authoritative again?
Let us know below!
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