Emanuele Farneti, Who Was the Editor-in-Chief of the Italian Vogue, Is Leaving the Post
Emanuele Farneti, who joined Italian Vogue as editor-in-chief in 2017, is now stepping down. The Milan editor made such an unexpected announcement by posting the message on his Instagram page on Thursday.
Farneti will leave the post when the magazine’s September issue will be ready. He also added that he was honored to work with Vogue, continuing the tradition of innovations. Farneti was also working on creating an image based on his predecessor Franca.
Before, Farneti was making a career in the television business, and then in 1999, he stepped in a publishing company as part of the team that originated the Italian male GQ. After working for other Italian publications, in 2017 he was offered the position of editor of Italian Vogue.
Now, he is grateful for the opportunity to edit this magazine. He is confident that the next one after him will be able to preserve the spirit of Vogue even in a different direction.
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