Editor-in-chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful has been promoted to take on a new, global role for the fashion magazine. The new position he will be filling in 2024 will see him as the global creative and cultural adviser at Vogue.
As reported by WWD, the Ghanaian-British editor will also be the editorial adviser for British Vogue. He will continue to contribute to the Vogue brand internationally “while having the freedom to take on broader creative projects“.
Despite the elevation, the management structure will remain the same, and Enninful will continue to report to Wintour, who is Condé Nast’s global chief content officer and the editor-in-chief of American Vogue.
As part of the preparation for moving to the new position, Enninful will be in search of a head of editorial content at British Vogue.
Enninful has worked with Condé Nast for almost 25 years and is a widely regarded significant entity in the editorial world. He has also long been predicted to replace Anna Wintour.
Edward Kobina Enninful OBE was born in Ghana on February 22, 1972. He was appointed fashion director of the British fashion magazine i-D at the age of 18, a position he held for more than two decades.
Subsequently, he held the positions of Contributing Fashion Editor at Vogue Italia and American Vogue. He took over the position of editor-in-chief of British Vogue in 2017.