Monday media round up

In case you missed today’s breaking fashion klaxon, Edward Enninful has been appointed as Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue (see below).

And if you spent the entire weekend topping up the tan – hello 23° – then let us bring you up to speed with a few digital news stories. Pleasure.

British Vogue names Edward Enninful Editor-in-Chief

Edward Enninful has been appointed editor-in-chief of British Vogue, succeeding Alexandra Shulman, who resigned in January after 25 years at the helm of the title. Enninful, the former style director at W Magazine, will be the first male to edit British Vogue in its 100-year history, and will begin his new role in August.

Read the full article on: businessoffashion.com

Jil Sander Names New Creative Directors

Husband-and-wife designers Luke and Lucie Meier are taking the helm at the brand, confirming months of speculation and following the departure of Rodolfo Paglialunga last month.

Read the full article on: vogue.co.uk

Just my type: how Cooper Black became 2017’s most fashionable font

Everyone from Topshop to Whistles is offering T-shirts adorned with the goofy typeface – subliminally referencing the 70s, sitcoms and, ahem, easyJet

Read the full article on: theguardian.com

Despite expectations of personalisation, most shoppers don’t want to share data

Less than 50% of consumers are willing to exchange personal data for discounts and other benefits — presenting a clear conundrum for retailers on the quest for personalisation.

Read the full article on: retaildive.com

Which luxury brands are reaching millennial shoppers?

As consumer behaviors shift towards a more digital, social and experiential economy, so does the luxury industry. Both emerging and established luxury brands are constantly working to reinvent themselves, connect digitally and capture the heart of the next luxury consumer.

Read the full article on: huffingtonpost.com

Meet the 2017 Luxury Visionaries: the bold thinkers redefining the way we buy, think and live this year

Telegraph Luxury identifies the tastemakers shaking up how we live this year.

Read the full article on: telegraph.co.uk

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