Sarah Harris has been appointed deputy editor of British Vogue; an appointment that is effective immediately and follows her recent return to the publication following maternity leave.
Harris, who has been fashion features editor at the publication since 2003, reports to new editor in chief Edward Enninful in her new role and will work with him on developing the brand’s “new editorial vision and global reputation for diversity”.
“I am delighted to return to British Vogue as deputy editor,” Harris said. “And to work alongside Edward Enninful, who in a short amount of time has masterfully set out his vision for the next chapter of the Vogue brand.”
Enninful has shaken up the Vogue editorial line-up since he arrived last year to replace Alexandra Shulman who had led the magazine for 25 years.
Former deputy editor Emily Sheffield left the magazine following Enninful’s appointment (she had been in the running for the top job) and he subsequently replaced long-standing fashion director Lucinda Chambers with Venetia Scott, as well as appointing a number of celebrity editors at large including Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss.