Chioma Nnadi

In a historic move, Chioma Nnadi was appointed as the head of editorial content at British Vogue, becoming not only the first African but also the first black female to hold this prestigious position. Reacting to the new development, Nnadi wrote on Instagram that she is “honoured and excited to be coming home”.

She added; “I’m so thrilled to announce that I’m the new head of editorial content for @britishvogue. Huge thanks to Anna Wintour, @edward enninful and Roger Lynch for giving me this opportunity. Truly honoured and so excited to be coming home. Stay tuned.”

Head of Editorial British Vogue

Chioma Nnadi, the Head of Editorial Content for British Vogue, has had a distinguished career in fashion journalism. Born in London to Nigerian and Swiss-German parents, Nnadi began her career at the Evening Standard Magazine before moving to New York to write for Trace, an independent style magazine. She later joined Fader as the style director, where she covered fashion through the lens of music. In 2010, Nnadi joined Vogue, where she has held various roles, including fashion news director and editor of, overseeing significant digital growth and engagement.

Nnadi’s tenure at Vogue has been marked by her leadership in covering high-profile events such as the Met Gala and Vogue’s Forces of Fashion. Her recent appointment as the head of British Vogue is a testament to her influence and expertise in the fashion industry. She brings a unique perspective, blending her passion for fashion, music, and culture, and aims to celebrate the diversity and creative spirit of London. Her appointment marks a new era for British Vogue, promising to continue its legacy of innovation and influence in the fashion world.

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For 118 years, Vogue has been America’s cultural barometer, putting fashion in the context of the larger world we live in- how we dress, live, socialize; what we eat, listen to, watch; who leads and inspires us. From its beginnings to today, three central principles have set Vogue apart: a commitment to visual genius, investment in storytelling that puts women at the center of the culture, and a selective, optimistic editorial eye. Vogue’s story is the story of women, of culture, of what is worth knowing and seeing, of individuality and grace, and of the steady power of earned influence. For millions of women each month, Vogue is the eye of the culture, inspiring and challenging them to see things differently, in both themselves and the world.


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