Jo Elvin has stepped down as a editor of Glamour UK.
Jo announced a news on Instagram, writing: ‘It’s true, it’s time for pastures new. we cruise a best thing about rising and modifying Glamour has been a conversations I’ve had with readers.
‘You unequivocally are a best assembly of women (and we know, a lot of men) we could have ever wished for.’
The news comes after it was announced that Glamour would go from monthly announcement to being expelled biannually, alongside skeleton to change a website’s concentration to beauty.
On Glamour’s website, a matter does not go into a reasons for Jo’s departure, though does contend a pierce is ‘in light of a ongoing developments with a Glamour brand’.
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‘It has been an honour to be Glamour’s editor for 17 years,’ said Jo Elvin. ‘I don’t cruise we can ever sufficient put into difference what a wonderful, wild, refreshing and of march glamorous float it has been.
‘The fact that we have stayed so prolonged tells we a lot about what a illusory pretension it is to lead and what an well-developed place Condé Nast has been to work.
‘There are too many people to appreciate who’ve played a essential purpose in creation this pursuit such a joy.
‘But special mentions contingency go to firstly, my long-time handling executive Nicholas Coleridge, who motionless that he would let this high street-clad Aussie take a helm of Condé Nast’s biggest launch in decades.
‘And, of course, to Jonathan Newhouse for similar to move Glamour to a UK to start with.
‘I have to appreciate an positively smashing team, whose shining ideas and eternal appetite and passion has done my operative days substantially some-more fun than is decent.
‘And we wish to appreciate Glamour’s readers who have been so concerned in assisting us figure a code that connects with millions, opposite print, online and beyond.
‘It has truly been a privilege. It is no deceit during all to contend we have helped so many women cave a best out of their lives and that tie is what we will skip many of all.
‘I’m vehement for what lies ahead, for both myself and for Glamour. we wish a new group each success for a sparkling new proviso of this wonderful, dear brand.’
Jo began her career during Australian teen mag Dolly, before streamer to London to take over during Glamour. She served as a editor for 17 years.
Jo hasn’t nonetheless announced who will attain her in a role, or who take over as a editor on arch of Glamour magazine.