Sources said the decision for her departure was amicable, as Vogue China’s editorial director Margaret Zhang is building a team of her own.
The Italian men’s wear group will rely on Angelica Cheung’s experience and knowledge in Asia to strengthen its business in China, a key market for Zegna.
She is currently in Sydney, where she grew up, but Zhang plans to move to Beijing as soon as the pandemic allows.
In her new role, she will focus on the fashion, lifestyle and entertainment sectors, supporting the new generation of Chinese innovation and international brands expanding into China.
While influencer Bryan Boy just congratulated Zhang’s potential appointment on Twitter, Condé Nast replied “Nothing to announce yet.”
A power void created by the departure of Angelica Cheung and a raft of senior Condé Nast names means big changes are on the cards.
Liao has made some drastic changes to the company since her arrival in June 2017.
The independent showcase platform presents five impressive Chinese fashion brands, which have a distinctively different tone from the Shanghai crowd.
Beckham shared the images with her 9.8 million followers and attention was drawn to the designer’s thigh gap.
Publishing companies are still trying to determine the impact of the new regulations, which go into effect March 10.