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Former Vogue Editor Angelica Cheung Joins Sequoia Capital China

Angelica Cheung. Vogue China

Vogue China’s founding editor, Angelica Cheung, has announced on social media that her next move will see her join Sequoia Capital China as a venture partner.

In an Instagram post announcing her new position, Cheung wrote: “I will still be in the fashion/lifestyle/entertainment area, supporting the new generation of Chinese innovation and international brands expanding into China, but with a much wider scope.”

After almost 16 years at the helm of China’s most influential fashion publication, Cheung announced she was stepping down last November. Her replacement has yet to be announced.

The addition of Cheung to Sequoia Capital China’s ranks comes as the venture capital firm appears to be eyeing more fashion investments. Just last month, the firm took a majority stake in French fashion label, Ami, with the intention, according to Sequoia Capital China’s founder and managing partner, Shen Nanpeng, of accelerating Ami’s expansion in the local market.


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