Condé Nast is still doling out changes to staff, real estate and operations as a whole.
Cut from American Vogue last year, Jill Demling isn’t straying too far with a post under Edward Enninful.
He succeeds Anne Boulay, who is leaving the title and parent company Condé Nast France.
The fashion title is making its way toward a sale, but its future remains a question and some high-profile staff isn’t waiting around.
Dirk Standen is out after 15 years with the publisher and a successful run leading 23 Stories.
Bob Sauerberg has been with the company for 18 years but Condé is looking to combine fully with international as it further cuts costs.
As WWD first reported in September, the beauty magazine is the latest Condé Nast title to end its life as a traditional print publication.
Condé Nast Entertainment is getting a new president steeped in video programming for Millennial audiences.
The two-day event, open to the public, will be held in Milan on Nov. 24 and 25.