It's official! A press conference has been held and President of Conde Nast France, Xavier Romatet, has named Emamanuelle Alt as Carine Roitfeld's successor as Editor in Chief of Vogue Paris. Romatet said Alt would assume the position on February 1. The Huffington Post reported that Romatet said on Alt, "Emmanuelle has all of the professional and personal qualities needed to continue to make Vogue Paris the leading monthly fashion magazine….I give her full confidence to embody and lead this demanding brand and to let is live in all of its different dimensions — including digitally." Alt beat out Le Figaro's Virginie Mouzatwere.
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