Alexandra Shulman: How her time at Vogue shaped British fashion - BBC News

Alexandra Shulman: How her time at Vogue shaped British fashion - BBC News "Vogue is a big brand, maybe the biggest magazine brand of them all, and she has been a great gatekeeper, keeping all reductive forces at bay." "During her 25-year tenure at British Vogue, the magazine has evolved into one of the leading fashion publications in the world, bringing the fashion industry ever closer to the reader. When she was appointed on 23 January 1992, Nicholas Coleridge - the then managing director of Vogue - said "Vogue is almost in her blood", referring to the fact her mother, father and brother had all worked at the publication. "The British Fashion Council are so grateful for the support Alex has given to our young designers through initiatives like the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund, steered by her eye for the best designers and creative influencers." - Caroline Rush, chief executive of the British Fashion Council "Alex Shulman is one of the great editors of her time. - Alison Lloyd, the founder of accessories brand Ally Capellino "Alexandra Shulman is an exceptional editor and has been an instrumental ambassador to British fashion internationally. "The British fashion industry has become a bit more respected for being viable and less thought of as ’the crazy place’, and actually acknowledged that it is a very creative place. The fashion world has been paying tribute to British Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman as she steps down from the industry bible after a quarter of a century.


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