Get Jessica Cruel, the latest editor-in-chief of Allure magazine!
On Wednesday (August 25), Condé Nast announced that Cruel would replace Michelle Lee, the long-running EIC of the magazine that recently revealed its plans to take a spot in the popular video streaming app, Netflix.
stepping up from his previous job as Content Director of Edit Melanin-Allure’s New Platform Celebrating Black Beauty – Georgia-born leader set to lead the renowned publication’s holistic creativity.
“As a longtime beauty editor, working at Allure is a dream. It has always served as an unparalleled source of beauty journalism, as well as my personal mood board and shopping guide,” Krull told AFP. shared in Statement. “I’m thrilled to cowboy through the next chapter—focusing on making an industry-wide impact, spotlighting the many communities that use beauty as a form of self-expression, and celebrating that these How practices connect us all.”
Cruel, who joined Allure as Features Director in 2019, has received a warm welcome from around the world, along with Condé Nast, Vogue’s Global Editorial Director and Chief Content Officer. Anna Wintour.
“I’m so thrilled that Jessica is the new editor-in-chief of Allure,” Wintour said. “Following in Michelle Lee’s footsteps is no small feat, but I have no doubt that Jessica can do just that – she’s a natural leader and a brilliant journalist, and she exudes a positive energy that all fortunate. felt by the people. To work with him.”
During her decade-long career in beauty, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate has also held editorial roles at Refinery29, SELF, PopSugar, and New York Magazine.
Cruel’s appointment is effective September 8.
Congratulations, sister! We look forward to seeing how beauty brings inclusivity to Allure, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2021.
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