2011 June 21
Filipa Fino Exits Vogue, Carolyn Tate Angel Out at W
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(NEW YORK) Filipa Fino, the popular senior accessories editor at Vogue, is departing the magazine after an 11-year tenure. Yesterday a spokeswoman confirmed Fino is no longer with Condé Nast, and the same WWD article implied that Fino's "departure could allegedly be tied to some inappropriate behavior," but the item has since been toned down, with nary a speculation of why the abrupt farewell occurred. Fino previously served as accessories editor Allure. A mother of three, Fino is married to Stratis Morfogen, chief executive officer of Phillipe Chow Restaurant Group.
W has also bid adieu to one of its best-loved editors. Senior fashion and market editor Carolyn Tate Angel left the Condé cadre as well, the first in what many assume to be several shakeups in the magazine's fashion department under new fashion and style director Edward Enninful, who joined the magazine in April. Stay tuned.
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