Set to replace Phillip Picardi, who is currently Condé Nast Chief Content Officer of Teen Vogue and THEM, a digitally focused LGBTQ publication.
Picardi who will now become Editor in Chief of Out Magazine says “it’s her incredible award winning, culture changing work — bringing substance to style at The Cut that made her the perfect person to steer Teen Vogue.”
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Please join me in welcoming your new editor-in-chief of @TeenVogue!!! @lpeopleswagner and I both started our careers at Teen Vogue as assistants, and I’ve been practically chasing her to work here ever since. It’s her incredible, award-winning, culture-changing work bringing substance to style during her time at @thecut that made her the perfect person to steer @TeenVogue into a new, bolder-than-ever future. Lindsay: There’s nobody better for the part, and the team is so lucky to have you. Go follow Lindsay and send her all your love! She starts next week 😱❤️
In fact, we are rooting for her first official day on October 18.
In People Wagner’s new role, she will manage all digital, social, video, and events including the Teen Vogue Summit, (which I myself got a chance to work last year).