Grace Coddington, longtime Creative Director at American Vogue, is stepping down from her role. The stylist, who began her career in fashion as a model and was hired by US Vogue editor Anna Wintour in 1988, will assume the role of creative director-at-large, working on several Vogue fashion shoots throughout the year, as she pursues projects outside the magazine. Her successor has not yet been named.
“I’m not running away from Vogue, because it has opened so many doors,” explained the one who’s considered as unquestionably the greatest living stylist. “But it will be nice to collaborate, and nice to go out [and] give talks to people.”
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