That didn’t take long. Last week, news emerged that fashion director Anne Christensen had resigned from her post of three years. On Wednesday, Glamour announced that Jillian Davison, creative director of Vogue Australia, is taking her place.
That Davison was pulled from a Vogue title gives further credibility to speculation that Anna Wintour, who became artistic director of Conde Nast eight months ago, had a role in Christensen’s departure.
Davison has been at Vogue Australia since 2012, following a stint as fashion director of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Before that, she worked for the U.S. edition of Harper’s Bazaar from 2000 to 2003, and for Teen Vogue from 2004 to 2010.
Christensen, meanwhile, will be pursuing a freelance career, according to a spokesperson for the magazine.
Davison begins at Glamour in January and will report directly to editor in chief Cindi Leive (pictured above).