Breaking news: Deena Abdulaziz is out at Vogue Arabia
Editor-in-Chief leaves Middle Eastern magazine
It's been confirmed that Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz has exited her post as the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Arabia, after nine months at the helm. The Saudi Arabian princess and former founder of D'NA, a KSA-based boutique, joined the Conde Nast team in 2016, launching the latest version of Vogue first online in November, followed by two consecutive print issues this March and April. The much-talked-about publication, which featured a veiled Gigi Hadid on the cover of the launch issue, is now reportedly readying to announce Abdulaziz's replacement.
In other Vogue news, Alexandra Shulman recently announced her exit as Editor in Chief at British Vogue following a 25-year reign. Her successor, Edward Enninful, was announced this week.