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Yesterday, Vogue magazine announced that Chioma Nnadi will be the new editor of Vogue.  Anna Wintour made the announcement to staffers that Nnadi will be taking over Vogue’s online portal Vogue.com.

 

Chioma Nnadi takes over from Stuart Emmrich, who revealed in June that he was stepping down after less than a year in the job to focus on book writing.

“I am so thrilled that Chioma will be the new editor of Vogue.com,” said Wintour in a release obtained by Fashionista. “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 Condé Nast-owned Vogue since 2010 — first as a fashion writer for the magazine, before becoming fashion news director of Vogue.com in 2014, where she worked closely with creative digital director Sally Singer until the latter’s departure late last year.

Prior to that, she was the style director at The Fader and wrote for Trace, an independent style magazine. She began her career on the features desk of the Evening Standard Magazine in her hometown of London.

As editor of Vogue.com, Nnadi will oversee all of Vogue’s digital content and be charged with continuing to grow traffic. Vogue.com’s own figures showed that it has on average 13 million monthly visitors, lower than Elle.com and Bazaar.com.

By: Dammy Eneli

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