The executive shuffle at Condé Nast continued Monday afternoon.
Tom Florio promoted Connie Anne Phillips to the new position of managing director of Vogue. Phillips, who was promoted from Vogue associate publisher, will oversee the day-to-day sales, marketing and creative services departments of the magazine. Phillips will also continue in her role as publisher of Vogue Living. She will report to Florio, who will have his hands full overseeing Vogue, Men’s Vogue, Teen Vogue and Vogue Living in his new role as senior vice president and publishing director.
Replacing Phillips as associate publisher will be Laura McEwen, who joined Vogue in 2006 as advertising director for Vogue’s beauty business. McEwen was publisher of YM and publishing director of Reader’s Digest prior to joining Vogue.
Also on Monday, group president and publishing director David Carey tapped Men’s Vogue publisher William Li to become publisher of Portfolio. Carey was given oversight of Wired Media and The Golf Digest Publications last week during the reorganization. A replacement for Li at Men’s Vogue has not been revealed, but sources close to Condé Nast mentioned Details associate publisher Marc Berger as a candidate for the job.
New publishers at Teen Vogue and Wired.com have also not yet been named.
For more, see Tuesday’s issue of WWD.