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New Advertisement Director for Vogue

Lucy Delacherois-Day has been promoted to the position of Advertisement Director of Vogue, it was announced yesterday by Stephen Quinn, Publishing Director.

“Lucy is ready for a senior management role, and will be a singular asset to Vogue as we storm ahead to the centenary,” commented Quinn.

Lucy joined Vogue advertising 10 years ago, staying until 2007, before moving abroad with her husband. Lucy moved back to London and to Glamour in August 2012 as an account manager, spending a year there before returning to Vogue in September 2013 as a senior account manager. Lucy became ad manager in December 2013 and quickly established herself as an experienced all-rounder handling the British fashion category, numerous London media agencies, as well as the day-to-day management of Miss Vogue.

This promotion takes place against the backdrop of a strong year for the fashion title. According to Conde Nast: Vogue will post 1,889 ad pages for 2014, staying significantly ahead of its competitors and up 17 pages year on year. The outstanding edition was September, the largest ever fashion issue at 460 pages. 267 of these were ad pages, creating a new record for Vogue for a September edition. The magazine is maintaining a headline circulation of 200,032, level year on year against a market fall in the sector of 6.8%. Vogue’s website business (with 2,533,205 unique users) has grown by 17% this year and represents 12% of display ad revenue.