CODDINGTON SUCCEEDS TALLEY AT VOGUE

NEW YORK--Grace Coddington has been named creative director of Vogue. She succeeds Andre Leon Talley, who left the post in March and has become a contributing editor of Vanity Fair.
Coddington will continue as Vogue's fashion director, a post she has held since 1988. As creative director, she will help Anna Wintour, editor in chief, and Charles Churchward, design director, shape and plan the look of each issue.
Prior to joining Vogue, Coddington was design director at Calvin Klein. Earlier, she was with British Vogue, starting as a junior fashion editor and becoming fashion director. She began her career as a model in London.

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