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Harper’s Bazaar appoints Samira Nasr, its first coloured editor-in-chief

Harper’s Bazaar appoints Samira Nasr, its first coloured editor-in-chief

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The American fashion magazine has just appointed a coloured editor-in-chief for the first time in its 153-year history. After working as Executive Director of Fashion for Elle and Vanity Fair, Samira Nasr will head up Harper’s Bazaar on July 6, becoming the first black woman to lead the emblematic magazine, a fashion institution for several decades and the embodiment of the luxury American-style magazine.

 

The American media group Hearst Corporation appointed Samira Nasr as the new editor-in-chief of the US edition of the women’s magazine Harper’s Bazaar on Tuesday, June 9, replacing Glenda Bailey who resigned in January after 19 years at the head of the company.

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Samira Nasr thus becomes the first black editor-in-chief in the history of the magazine launched at the end of the 19th century and now 153 years old.

 

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