It is all over the fashion news, versed journalist, well celebrated for her phenomenal work- Suzy Menkes, is stepping down from her position in October. It is trending fashion 2020 updates- the Vogue International editor is exiting.
The veteran journalist was nothing less but a gem to the fashion news and industry, who expected that trending fashion 2020 updates would be of her stepping down. Her decision to exit Vogue is the current fashion news with which the industry is dealing. She has always been extraordinarily amazing at her work. Her work appeared in 21 international Vogue editions and translated into 15 different languages.
Menkes is and will always be one of the fashion news and fashion world’s most high profile and independent voices. There is no denying that she was the fashion world’s and Vogue’s most visible journalists.
Best at her job, she spent 26 years at the International Herald Tribune, in 2014 she was appointed as the online voice of Vogue’s international editions. She rose to become one of the most celebrated reporters and critics covering the fashion news and industry. Hard to believe, but she was banned from LVMH fashion shows in the year 2001 for her criticism. As a journalist, she came into major limelight in 2013, when contributing as a columnist to the New York Times’ T Magazine she wrote about fashion bloggers as the group ”fashion circus.”
Suzy Menkes with Karl Lagerfeld[/caption] As an outcome of Menkes retirement from Vogue, the annual Condé Nast Luxury Conference, which she led when she joined the company in 2014, has been canceled. She brought some of the most celebrated names to its stage including, Karl Lagerfeld, Olivier Rousteing, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and Naomi Campbell.
The trending fashion 2020 updates are- Condé Nast International on its website posted a statement that the cancellation of the event is taken due to both- Menkes' departure, and the growing uncertainty around the future of conferences.
Menkes as per BOF stated, “I have enjoyed every moment of my time as Editor, Vogue International, and I am proud of everything I have achieved at the company,”. She continued, “The current global situation has given me - and all of us - pause for reflection. And so it is time for a new adventure, which I look forward to with excitement.”
Although the good news is Suzy Menkes plans to review the upcoming September shows, physical or digital, before leaving Vogue. She also mentioned that she will continue to “write, post, record, and bring together the industry” on her own Instagram and website.