After working at the company for almost three decades, Grace Coddington has stepped down from her role as Vogue's creative director. Apparently she will remain at the publication in a "creative director at large" position, meaning she'll be in charge of at least four editorial shoots per year, but a spokesperson said she will also be taking on projects outside of the magazine. Coddington will now be represented by agency Great Bowery.
"I’m not running away from Vogue, because it has opened so many doors," she said when speaking to Business of Fashion. "But it will be nice to collaborate, and nice to go out [and] give talks to people. It’s just another approach. I’m certainly not going into retirement. I don’t want to sit around."
A successor to Coddington is yet to be named by Vogue.