News Corp has announced the appointment of Rebecca Caratti as editor of prestige design and lifestyle title Vogue Living.
In her new role, which she starts immediately, Caratti will be responsible for the editorial direction and growth of the Vogue Living brand.
Caratti joined News in February 2015 as launch editor of lifestyle and culture brand Buro247.com.au. Prior to that, she spent 15 months in London and Paris working as a freelance stylist and writer.
Caratti was also previously the style editor at Vogue Australia and market editor for Harper’s Bazaar.
News Prestige Network’s editorial director of Vogue Australia, Vogue Living and GQ Australia, Edwina McCann, said: “Rebecca is a talented editor with a deep understanding of premium content delivery and audiences across print, digital, social and experiential engagement.
“She also has a clear understanding of the ethos of a prestige brand such as Vogue Living.
“I’m delighted that Rebecca is returning to the Vogue brand to take on the new challenge of leading the development of Vogue Living.
“It is an important time for the growth of the brand as we further position it to an affluent female, fashion-forward audience with contemporary aspirations across design, interiors architecture, lifestyle, travel, and entertaining.
“Vogue Living is a key focus for the News Prestige Network this year as we bring exciting new brand platforms to market.”
Commenting on her appointment, Caratti said: “Returning to the Vogue family to edit a title with such a rich 50-year heritage is a thrill, and so is the chance to collaborate again with the wonderful Edwina McCann.
“I’m looking forward to injecting a fresh new perspective into the Vogue Living brand.”
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