The fashion stylist joins from Huasheng Media’s Wallpaper China, where she also served as fashion director, and will succeed Yoyo Yao who left the title in April, according to WWD. Following a slew of recent changes at Vogue China, including editor-in-chief Margaret Zhang’s announcement that the title will street cast its September cover star, sources with knowledge of the matter told BoF that Hu or editor and stylist Coke Ho would join the publication.
The title also announced the appointment of Dazed China fashion director Alvin Yu as fashion director of youth-focused vertical VogueMe, joining recently-appointed editor-in-chief Lily Chou.
Condé Nast did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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