The cut, the New york magazine A dedicated following with style and culture Monday named Lindsay Peoples Wagner primarily as its new editor.
30-year-old Ms. Peoples Wagner will resume publication after a two-year term Top editors of Kishore Vogue, Where she was the head of a Condé Nast magazine and the youngest editor to lead the company’s publications, one of the youngest black journalists. She was previously the editor of a fashion market for The Cut, which began as a fashion blog on the New York magazine website and became a stand-alone site in 2012.
The top job at The Cut opened in October, when former editor-in-chief, Stella Bugby, Announced She was stepping up to become an editor at large for New York magazine. The magazine on Monday announced the appointment of Ms. Peoples Wagner as its successor.
Ms. Peoples Wagner described The Cut as a publication that “has all the things you’re thinking about and talking about group texts,” from spiritual matters to social issues.
“We are all multidimensional humans, and we can enjoy fashion and want to have some fun, but also really care about the state of the world and where we are in politics,” Ms. Peoples Wagner said on Monday Said in the interview. “I think The Cut has done a great job of not keeping women in the box.”
Ms. Bugbee, who ran the site until 2012 last year, is credited with building it into a digital powerhouse with an interactive elegant tone. A 2017 Redesign It was brought to a broader view from style and fashion which included politics and gender issues.
“We tried to have a lot of fun,” Ms Bugbee said. “That was one of our main goals of all time, and one that really informed sensitivity.”
She said that Ms. Peoples Wagner influenced her during her time as a fashion editor at The Cut. “I think Lindsey is and always was one of the most ambitious editors I’ve ever encountered,” Ms. Bugbee said, her successor saying that “there was a genuine perspective that stood out from the crowd.”
Ms. Peep Wagner’s final projects for The Cut were an examination of being black in the fashion industry before leaving for Teen Vogue, Article For which he interviewed more than 100 people of color. He said that inclusivity would be his number-one priority for his return to publication. (Ms. Peoples is also the co-founder of Wagner Black at Fashion Council, Which represents people of color in the industry.)
“Uniqueness – whether it is a difference in race, ethnicity, sexuality, background – I think it’s really important to listen to different voices and different parts of life and how people are constantly in our world at the time of this very difficult epidemic. Are able to, ”she said.
New York magazine editor-in-chief David Haskell said on Monday that Ms. Peoples Wagner was her mentor in diversity and inclusion efforts and that she distinguished herself from other candidates in a “broad, big search”. Cut’s next editor in chief. “That is an incredibly exciting combination of continuity and change,” he said.