After two years at the helm Glamour South Africa, Asanda Sizani will be leaving her role as Editor-in-Chief of the beauty magazine. The veteran fashion journalist who has held positions in other top publications including, Elle, made the announcement on her personal Instagram page.
She says she’s had an incredible time with the publication and is grateful to Condé Nast (Glamour’s parent company) for trusting her with the brand.
It’s been an incredible journey being at the helm, steering a new vision for the Glamour brand. Thank you to my talented, passionate team and Condé Nast for trusting me with this brand 2 years ago.
As a thank you note to her, the staff of the magazine did a mock cover for her which is on her Instagram page. Glamour’s December issue cover star is South African radio and TV fixture, Anele Mdoda.
See her Instagram post below:
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This “cover” is a gift from my team. And they know I love a yellow masthead. 💛 It’s been an incredible journey being at the helm, steering a new vision for the Glamour brand. Thank you to my talented, passionate team, our readers and Condé Nast for trusting me with this brand. I look forward to our last issues together. I reflected on my combined career in Print publishing, achievements thus far, considered why I started, and feel confident about my decision and the greater, diverse contribution I wish to make beyond Print. When Tyler Mitchell became the first Black photographer to shoot a Vogue cover he said, “This is as much about forming firsts as it is about leaving legacies.” Forming firsts, leaving legacies is as important to me. Former magazine Editor-in-Chief Eva Chen says, “Pivot as many times as you need to.” I’m optimistic about the future, the African fashion and creative talent that’s yet to be discovered, nurtured and put on the map, and look forward to my next chapter. I will also continue to create. Please continue to grow with me.
Photo credit: @asandasizani