ragtrader.com.au can reveal the latest editorial appointments to Vogue Australia, following an announcement on its fresh direction under editor Edwina McCann.
McCann offered a teaser to the future of vogue.com.au and Vogue Australia at a prestigious industry function earlier this week.
Since her appointment to the position of Vogue Australia editor-in-chief in May, industry speculation has been rife on major staff changes at the title.
ragtrader.com.au can confirm three editorial heavyweights have joined the team from rival Harper's Bazaar Australia, which McCann edited for three years prior to her recent move.
This includes Christine Centenera, who has taken the position of senior fashion editor and fashion director for soon-to-be-launched online diffusion brand Miss Vogue.
Georgie McCourt-Abay will also join the Vogue Australia team from Harper's Bazaar Australia next week, occupying the role of deputy editor.
The final major defection is Harper's Bazaar Australia creative director Jillian Davison, who is set to come on board in August.
To round up the new appointments, Vogue Australia has also recruited a picture editor for the first time.
Muffie Sproat has been enlisted to the publication following ten years as picture editor for British Vogue.
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