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Nigerian-American Journalist Chioma Nnadi Named Editor of Vogue.com

Nigerian-American Journalist Chioma Nnadi Named Editor of Vogue.com

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Nigerian-American Journalist Chioma Nnadi Named Editor of Vogue.com
Chioma Nnadi. Credit: Vogue.
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The Nigerian American journalist Chioma Nnadi has been announced as the new editor of Vogue.com, the website of the influential fashion magazine. The announcement was made by Vogue US editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.

“I am so thrilled that Chioma will be the new editor of Vogue.com,” Wintour said. “Above all, we know her as someone who intuitively understands fashion and brings to it a genuine love of discovery. She looks in unexpected places and all over the world to find out who is doing the best work and who we should be celebrating now. I absolutely rely on her eye and her cosmopolitanism and her taste. Even better, she is forward-looking and understands that Vogue needs to reach new audiences and do so in new ways.”

Nnadi has worked at Evening Standard, Trace, and as Style Director at Fader. She became a fashion writer at Vogue in 2010 and Fashion News Director in 2014. She becomes the third Black editor-in-chief in the Vogue network, following Vogue UK’s Edward Enninful and Teen Vogue’s Lindsay Peoples Wagner.

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With the ongoing racial reckoning in the US, magazines have, to make up for years of structural racism, been appointing Black editors-in-chief and organisation leaders. They include Dawn Davis at Bon Appetit, Simone Oliver at Refinery29, Asad Syrkett at Elle Decor, and Tiffany Reid as vice president of fashion at Bustle Digital Group.

Nnadi also announced on Instagram.

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