Condé Nast Group finally announced it. Margaret Zhang became the omnimedia editorial director of Vogue Fashion and Beauty.
According to WWD news, Zhang is the editor-in-chief personally selected by Anna Wintour, the global editorial director of Vogue, and praised her as the most outstanding candidate among the candidates.
With a history of 125 years, “Vogue” is an authoritative publication in the global fashion industry. There are now more than 20 editions in various markets around the world. Zhang was born in 1993 and is now 28 years old. The 28-year-old “post-90s” Australian Chinese fashion blogger has become the youngest editor-in-chief in the history of “Vogue”! , This also means that the youngest editorial director in Vogue history is here.
The former editor-in-chief Angelica Cheung has been at the helm for 16 years, and this new editor-in-chief is bound to usher in a new era. Take a brief look at the new editor-in-chief, who was born in Taizhou, Zhejiang, grew up in Sydney, Australia, and holds a double degree in business and law from the University of Sydney.
Zhang started his own fashion blog Shine By Three when he was 16 years old, sharing his outfits and personal photography, and was the writer of many Australian fashion magazines.