Less than six months go, all Vogue Editors-in-Chief were women. Today, a mere 4 months later we have three men sitting in women’s seats. Early January 2017 Emanuele Farneti was appointed Vogue Italia’s editor-in-chief after the passing of the iconic Franca Sozzani.
Two weeks ago we received the news of Edward Enninful replacing Alexandra Shulman who announced her departure from British Vogue earlier in the year.
Three days ago, Manuel Arnaut was announced as the replacement to HRH Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdelaziz at Vogue Arabia.
We at CIIN don’t actually feel there is a difference between a man or a woman at the helm of a women’s fashion publication, as long as there is clear direction. What we know for sure though is that these men have seriously big shoes to fill…