Fashion journalist and Podcaster Chioma Nnadi has been appointed as the new Head of Editorial Content at Vogue from the United Kingdom and will assume charge on October 9. She is the 1st black woman to lead the department.
Nnadi replaces Edward Enninful, who announced his retirement in June after being appointed global adviser. Vogue, and is one of the main names to replace Anna Wintour, the magazine’s content director and global editorial director. He was the institution’s first black headmaster.
Currently, the journalist works as the editor of the website for the American edition of the magazine. In an interview Guardian, Nnadi talked about expectations for the work of his predecessor, Edward Enninful. “The pressure is on because of Edward. He broke new ground. It’s more than just a piece of journalism—it’s part of a cultural conversation. He told a British newspaper.
In an Instagram post, Enninful welcomed his successor to his new role and said he was looking forward to working with Chioma.
“Welcome to Sioma Nnadi, New Head of Editorial Content, British Vogue. I look forward to working with you.”he said.
The new author was born in London and lives in New York. She works Vogue Since 2010, manage a website, write for a magazine, and co-host a podcast. Vogue.
“Reader. Infuriatingly humble travel enthusiast. Extreme food scholar. Writer. Communicator.”