The TV campaign, which starts Nov. 9, will be accompanied by a digital and direct mail campaign that begins Wednesday.
Former GQ China editors Grant Pearce and Jacky Tam will spearhead the Vogue Man Hong Kong team.
Slater had been serving as acting editor in chief since last year, following the departure of Justine Picardie.
Dubbed “America Anno Zero” and focusing on the American presidential elections, the issue will feature Jane Fonda on the cover and include content curated by the Vanity Fair U.S. editorial team.
The new publication is combining editorial and studio work, along with a direct link from print to online editorial, audio and visual offerings.
The new company, based in London and New York, plans to take an holistic approach to promoting brands and talent, and put equal emphasis on data, creative and digital.
The image-heavy publication uncovers and highlights emerging and diverse creatives around the globe “with diversity as the point and not a p.r. stunt.”
The well-known journalist talks her early career ambitions, being reinvigorated by podcasting and two upcoming books, among other things.
Former Elle editor Anne Slowey and stylist Anne Christensen have contributed to Latitude — a new smart closet app that suggests outfits based on the day’s weather.
“We have to act on faith with the sure knowledge that we are pursuing the right goals and doing the right things.”
Lara Stone and Rose Valentine also appear in the campaign.
The new editor in chief has tapped Kaitlyn Greenidge, Laura Genninger and Leah Chernikoff to join her team at Harper’s Bazaar.