Vogue Australia’s Editor-in-Chief Kirstie Clements Doesn’t Work There Anymore

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 08: Kirstie Clements arrives at the launch of Vogue Fashion's Night Out at Pitt Street Mall on September 8, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images) Photo: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images/Getty Images

Clements was "sacked," as the Sydney Morning Herald puts it, after running the magazine for ten years. She will be replaced by Edwina McCann, editor-in-chief of competing glossy Australian Harper's Bazaar. McCann said, "I started my career at Vogue and I am very excited about returning to work for the world's most powerful fashion media brand ... Our future is very bright indeed."