Caratti assumes Vogue Living editorshipBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Wednesday, 07th March 2018 at 4:09pm
Rebecca Caratti has become the new editor of lifestyle magazine Vogue Living.
Caratti comes over from two years’ editing at online outlet Buro247.com.au plus a style editorship at Vogue Australia. She fills the void left by Neale Whitaker, who stepped down last year to host Nine’s The Block and Love It Or List It on Lifestyle.
“Rebecca is a talented editor with a deep understanding of premium content delivery and audiences across print, digital, social and experiential engagement… I’m delighted that Rebecca is returning to the Vogue brand to take on the new challenge of leading the development of Vogue Living. It is an important time for the growth of the brand as we further position it to an affluent female, fashion-forward audience with contemporary aspirations across design, interiors architecture, lifestyle, travel and entertaining,” said News Prestige Network editorial director of Vogue Australia, Vogue Living and GQ Australia Edwina McCann.
“Returning to the Vogue family to edit a title with such a rich 50-year heritage is a thrill – and so is the chance to collaborate again with the wonderful Edwina McCann. I’m looking forward to injecting a fresh new perspective into the Vogue Living brand,” added Caratti.
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