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Former British Vogue Editor to Write for the Business of Fashion

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Alexandra Shulman, who spent 25 years as the editor-in-chief of British Vogue, recently stepped down from the position earlier this year. Her next career move is to write a column for another popular publication, the Business of Fashion.

Imran Ahmed, BoF’s founder and editor-in-chief, announced the news in a letter this morning.

“I am delighted to announce that beginning this September, Alexandra Shulman will be writing an exclusive monthly column on BoF, leveraging her unique perspective and decades of experience in fashion,” Ahmed said.

Shulman, 59, plans to write about industry issues like body image. She was no stranger to promoting body positivity during her time at Vogue.

“What is an issue is to try to make young women feel more comfortable with how they look in general and not feel they have to look a cookie-cutter way to be a success in life. That’s really what I’m interested in,” Shulman has said.

Shulman took to Instagram earlier today to announce the column.

 

Greatly looking forward to my new role in September as a columnist writing about fashion issues and ideas for @bof

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