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Alexandra Shulman, British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Officially Resigns

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Alexandra Shulman resigns after more than 25 years at Vogue.

Alexandra Shulman, Editor-in-Chief British Vogue officially resigned after working for more than 25 years at British Vogue. Alexandra Shulman is reportedly set to complete her role as editor in the summer of this year.

“Even though it’s been months I’ve adjusted to the decision to leave Voguebut this still makes me sad,” explains Alexandra Shulman in her quote on “I’m so proud to have had the opportunity to work at this great magazine for so long and plus to be able to work with the many people who make this experience so exciting and rich.”

Alexandra Shulman herself started her career as a journalist at Over-21 magazine, and then she joined Tatler in 1982 and continues to pursue a career as a features editor for more than five years. In 1987, Alexandra Shulman joined the Sunday Telegraph as editor for the women’s page and move on to deputy editor there. Starting a career at Voguehe served as features editor in 1988, which was later transferred to GQ as editor in February 1990. He finally led Vogue in 1992 and managed to carry the name British Vogue successful until now. Also announced, his comrade in arms, Frances Bentley, the managing editoralso resigned next summer.

“It was very difficult to decide to leave after 25 years of work and now I am very excited to see a new and different future,” added Alexandra Shulman. “But I know things won’t be the same as they used to be in Vogue.”

There is no further news about who will replace Alexandra Shulman. So we’ll just have to wait, Bella! and success to Alexandra Shulman.

Photo source: New Statesman / Evening Standard

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