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Many prominent publications, from The New Yorker to Vanity Fair to GQ to Esquire, feature well-regarded fashion journalism. While the totality of articles in these publications falls under the purview of an editor-in-chief, they’re managed at a more hands-on level by a dedicated fashion editor.

Other magazines function exclusively as a fashion publication, and in those cases, a fashion editor is effectively a managing editor or even an editor-in-chief.