Condé Nast has named Jessica Cruel the new editor in chief of Allure. She replaces Michelle Lee, who is moving to Netflix’s marketing team as the new VP of editorial and publishing. Cruel joined the title in 2019, first as features director and, more recently, was appointed the title’s content director. Cruel also led The Melanin Edit, a new Allure platform exploring all things relating to Black beauty, skincare and wellness. She served as deputy beauty director at Refinery29, and has also held editorial roles at SELF, PopSugar, and New York magazine.
“I am so thrilled that Jessica is Allure’s new editor-in-chief,” Anna Wintour, global editorial director, Vogue, and
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