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Chioma Nnadi - First Black Woman To Head British Vogue


Chioma Nnadi, a 44 years old talented journalist of Nigerian and Swiss-German heritage, has been named the new head of editorial content at British Vogue. Congrats to her on this exciting role!


Chioma Nnadi will succeed Edward Enninful, who made history as British Vogue's first male and black editor-in-chief. Edward announced his resignation in June. Exciting times ahead for Chioma!


Chioma Nnadi, who is currently the editor of Vogue in New York, will be taking on the role of head of editorial content at British Vogue. While she won't hold the title of editor-in-chief, her expertise and 13 years of experience as a writer and news director at the outlet make her the perfect fit for this new position. Congrats to Chioma on this exciting opportunity!


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Chioma Nnadi is a British fashion editor. Nnadi's title will be the "Head of Editorial Content". Previous editors had been described as "Editor-in-Chief".

Nnadi was born and brought up in London. Her father is from Nigeria, and had come to the UK to study in the 1960s, and her mother was a Swiss-German nurse. She worked at the magazines Trace and The Fader, having started her career at the Evening Standard Newspaper , where she worked on the features desk for its sister magazine.

In 2010, she joined Vogue in New York and latterly worked running the American website of Vogue as well as writing for the magazine and co-hosting the Vogue podcast.

She is set to succeed  Edward Enninful as the editor of British Vogue

The appointment also makes her the first black female head of the fashion magazine.


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