Susan Plagemann has exited Condé Nast, WWD has realized.
The chief enterprise officer for its model division let her workforce know in a memo, stating that after 11 years she has determined to “pursue other interests.”
“It has been a great privilege to work with all of you. Know that I am so proud, as you must be too, of all that has been accomplished,” she wrote within the word. “As I transition the business with Pam [Drucker Mann, chief revenue officer], know that I will always cheer you on and wish you and CN, continued success. Thank you for all of your hard work, perseverance, and being the incredible team that you are.”
Plagemann joined the writer in 2009 because the writer of Vogue and was in 2018 appointed chief enterprise officer of the corporate’s model division, with oversight of vogue and wonder enterprise income at Vogue, GQ, Allure, Glamour and W till the latter was offered.
Prior to Condé, she was writer of Marie Claire for 4 years and likewise did a stint because the writer of Cosmopolitan.
In December 2020, The New York Times reported that Plagemann, who’s white, was vital of Vanity Fair’s covers, with two individuals citing that she mentioned the journal ought to characteristic “more people who look like us.” An organization spokesperson denied this to The Times. Since becoming a member of Vanity Fair, editor in chief Radhika Jones has been striving to make the journal extra various.