Everyone is still shifting sides over at T.
Anne Christensen left her position as fashion director at the new magazine when ex-Vogue staffer Sally Singer came on as editor-in-chief. But now, it's official that she will be joining Glamour to replace fashion director Xanthipi Joannides effective August 24. Joannides retired from Glamour in June after three decades of service at Conde Nast.
Glamour EIC Cindi Leive announced Christensen’s appointment yesterday. Christensen will be executive fashion director, a newly created title. “We’re really looking to increase our fashion pages, work with a new group of photographers to complement our existing amazing names, and just wrench it up a little as they say in Spinal Tap,” said the editor.
“Anne is bringing her great relationships to the table and we’re just excited to have someone here who’s a great promoter and lover of fashion who’ll have fun with Glamour's extended fashion coverage.”
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