Media reports, as yet confirmed, suggest that Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz has left her role as editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia.
UK-based Business of Fashion website reported today (April 13) that the Saudi princess has parted ways with Condé Nast International, the parent group of the leading fashion magazine effective immediately.
AMEinfo made several attempts to reach out to Aljuhani Abdulaziz and Vogue Arabia, but we remain unsuccessful at the time of writing. However, a person working with Nervora Publishing, which in partnership with Condé Nast founded Vogue Arabia, has told us the company plans to send a press release soon, without specifying when that will be and what it would contain.
Business of Fashion also reported that a new editor has already been appointed to replace the princess, who was appointed to the helm of the magazine in July 2016.
Meanwhile, Paris-based Fashion Network quoted the princess as saying that she was fired and will be releasing a statement on the development later today.
However, Condé Nast still has Aljuhani Abdulaziz as the editor-in-chief on its corporate website.
The Saudi princess’ profile on LinkedIn, meanwhile, identifies her only as director and co-founder of D’NA, a boutique in Riyadh and Doha.