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Elizabeth Webbe Lunny Named Condé Nast’s Chief Business Officer of the Style Division

Elizabeth Webbe Lunny. Courtesy
Elizabeth Webbe Lunny. Courtesy

Condé Nast has named a successor to Susan Plagemann, the longtime Vogue publisher who led fashion deals in the US and who quietly exited the company in recent months after 11 years.

Lunny will oversee fashion and luxury advertising and lead the business strategy for Vogue, GQ and Vanity Fair in the US Market. She has held leading positions at Bustle and The New York Times’ luxury title, T magazine, as well as Condé Nast. She reports to Craig Kostelic, the chief business officer of US advertising revenue and the head of global commercial solutions.

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