Carine Roitfeld leaves Vogue Paris
The editor of Vogue Paris, Carine Roitfeld, has announced today that she is leaving the magazine after ten years of service.
Vogue UK reports that Carine wants to focus on personal projects, and will step down from the role of editor at the end of January, with her replacement due to be announced in the coming weeks.
CEO of Vogue’s publishers Condé Nast International, Jonathan Newhouse, released a statement praising Carine for her significant impact in shaping the iconic magazine’s identity over the past decade. He said: ‘It is impossible to overstate Carine's powerful contribution to Vogue and to the fields of fashion and magazine publishing. Under her direction, Vogue Paris received record levels of circulation and advertising and editorial success. Vogue Paris has established itself as one of the most iconic magazines in the world, with huge influence in the field of fashion and photography.’
‘Carine herself has become widely known as a beacon of style, fulfilling the role with charm and graciousness. She has become a giant in her profession.' Newhouse continued ‘Carine will be deeply missed. I am extremely grateful to her for what she has achieved.’