Vogue has named a new beauty director to replace 15-year vet Sarah Brown. The magazine has tapped Celia Ellenberg to fill Brown’s shoes, starting in July. Ellenberg is a contributor at WSJ mag, beauty editor-at-large for Porter and her work has already appeared in editions of Vogue and on Vogue.com.
There are many changes brewing at Vogue, including plans to absorb style.com’s staff to create voguerunway.com. So far, Ellenberg has kept pretty mum about her new gig on social media, with the latest entries on her Instagram page being a shot of Rome and a promotion for a story she did for The Edit.
Sarah Brown is said to be vacating her role this month and will continue at the publication as a contributing editor.
[via Page Six]