Condé Nast appoints Eugénie Trochu as Head of Editorial Content for Vogue Paris. Trochu has been with Condé Nast since 2011 and from now on oversees the business, strategy and editorial vision of the fashion magazine. She was appointed four months after the resignation of the former editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt, who left the company after ten years in this role. For several months, Condé Nast International has been working on a new management structure, replacing in particular editors-in-chief with representatives of a new generation with a digital affinity.
“Eugénie (Trochu, editor’s note) first came to Condé Nast ten years ago as an intern for Vogue US in Paris. Over the past ten years, her passion and commitment to fashion have grown steadily. She played will play a vital role in developing strong relationships within the fashion community and in shaping Vogue’s digital presence in the marketplace, “said Anna Wintour, Vogue’s global editorial director and Condé Nast’s chief content officer. Edward Enninful, head of Vogue’s European editorial team, emphasizes the importance of the French edition of Vogue for the fashion industry: “With the appointment of Eugénie Trochu, we want to reinforce the French fashion, culture and style trends, so that they can appeal to the global audience Vogue come into their own “.
Eugénie Trochu studied literature and journalism at the renowned Université de la Sorbonne in Paris and joined Condé Nast in 2011 as an intern. She later moved to Vogue Paris, for which she previously worked as a fashion editor on Vogue.fr and as a fashion and market editor for Vogue Paris.
In her new role, Eugénie Trochu works under the direction of Anna Wintour and Edward Enninful in Paris. Your appointment is part of a new global editorial strategy. Similarly, Francesca Ragazzi was recently given a very similar responsibility at Vogue Italia.
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