NEW YORK--Vogue lost two of its top editors this week: Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele and Andre Leon Talley. A Vogue spokesman confirmed that de Dudzeele, fashion editor at large, has resigned to do freelance fashion styling. The spokesman had "no comment" on reports that Talley, the magazine's creative director, also quit. But friends of Talley told WWD Tuesday that he has, in fact, resigned his position. De Dudzeele joined Vogue in 1985 and had been co-fashion director until last year, when she became fashion editor at large. Talley, based in the magazine's Paris office, joined Vogue in 1988, when Anna Wintour was named editor in chief. Neither de Dudzeele nor Talley, who was traveling in Los Angeles, could be reached for comment.
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