Vogue has found a replacement for longtime beauty director, Sarah Brown, who announced in May that she was leaving after 15 years at the title. Freelance editor, consultant and writer Celia Ellenberg will take over the prestigious role in July, sources close to the magazine have confirmed to Fashionista. A rep for Vogue declined to comment on the appointment.
Ellenberg has 10 years of experience writing about beauty, most recently as a contributor for WSJ Magazine, Porter and Vogue.com. She has also written for Vogue, Nylon, New York Magazine, Elle, Elle.com and many more. According to Linkedin, she started her career at T Magazine and Jane before joining Style.com as senior beauty editor for five years until 2013.
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