Eugenia de la Torriente Discussed the Future of Vogue Spain
Eugenia de la Torriente is the incredibly articulate and fashion savvy editor in chief of Vogue Spain and is considered to be one of the most respected fashion voices in Spain. Before she got her current gig at Vogue last year, she was editor-in-chief of the Spanish edition of Harper’s Bazaar, as well as fashion editor of El Pais, and editor of El Pais Semanal. Eugenia has also worked as a professor, regular speaking at leading luxury and fashion conferences and has published several books on fashion.
She arrives at Vogue Spain at a pretty important time in the history of the magazine. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Spain edition of the internationally respected publication. It is also a time when Spanish designers, like Johnny Coca, Palomo Spain and Ana Locking, are generating some serious international buzz.
In this podcast she talks about how Vogue Spain is supporting these budding designers, the challenges they face and what advice she would give any young brand starting out that is looking to make a name for itself in the saturated fashion market. Her answers are insightful and informative and the takeaways she offers up in this podcast can be applied to designers around the globe.
In the world of fashion editor in chiefs….Eugenia is one to watch.
Jessica Michault is the Senior Vice President of industry relations at GPS Radar by Launchmetrics. She is also the editor-at-large for ODDA magazine and contributes to publications like the New York Times, the Business of Fashion, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Mixte magazine.
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