Hamish Bowles Named Editor in Chief of World of Interiors

Emily Blunt and Hamish Bowles on the 2021 Met Gala. Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan through Getty Photographs

The American Vogue editor will transfer to London to steer the British Condé Nast journal. Bowles mentioned in an Instagram put up saying the information that he’ll retain his title as international editor-at-large at Vogue, the place he has labored since 1992.

World of Interiors was based by Min Hogg in 1981 and has a small however devoted following. It’s identified for eschewing celebrities and digital media. In his Instagram put up, Bowles mentioned he’ll “work with the staff to carry the journal’s distinctive world of inspiration to new on-line, video and digital platforms.” He’ll take up the function in January when present editor Rupert Thomas will step down after 22 years.

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