Welcome to the Era of Vogue Arabia \Online Platform Goes Live Today

Vogue Arabia’s Bilingual Online Platform Goes Live Today.

25th October 2016

Vogue Arabia’s bilingual online platform goes live today. , a historic, digital-first launch for the Vogue brand, precedes the print launch, slated for spring 2017.  The dream job would be to work with them.  People always ask me do I work for them already. Oh La Chance…

Vogue Arabia debuts online with digital first strategy

Saudi Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz the editor-in-chief of Vogue Arabia Street Style

“The Arab world has always been a source of enchantment, dreams, mystery and beauty. As we experience a creative renaissance with technology at its core, we aim to raise the bar, providing the region with authentic, bespoke and carefully curated content. Vogue is built on heritage and storytelling. So is Arabia”, says Vogue Arabia’s Editor-in-Chief Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz.

Watch diner with Elle Saab and other editorial  launch stories. Like incan intimate cinematic encounter with Lebanese designer Elie Saab, directed by Elisa Sednaoui in Beirut.  An insightful interview with International Vogue Editor Suzy Menkes on the Middle Eastern fashion scene.

 Plus The Millennial Sister Act: Meet The Abduls and This Year’s Model: Morocco’s Rania Benchegra.

Welcome to the Era of Vogue Arabia \Online Platform Goes Live Today


Heading it all up is , Vogue Arabia’s Editor-in-Chief, Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, who has earned a reputation as a fashion opinion leader and a source of inspiration for local and international designers. She has an American flair and attitude to business , and European taste.  She has an understanding of the Western and Arab cultures.


The fashion team working under Abdulaziz includes Fashion Director Daniela Agnelli, who held the role of Fashion Director with The Daily Telegraph magazine for 15 years, as well as a number of other fashion and lifestyle publications in Britain and the US. The Features Director is Caterina Minthe, formerly Managing Editor of Loretta De Goede is Art Director, formerly Art Director of AD Middle East.

Vogue Arabia’s Editor-in-Chief Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz.

On November 1st, Vogue Arabia will announce the winner of the DDFC/Vogue Fashion Prize, an annual endowment for the Arab world’s most promising fashion talents. The first of its kind in The involvement of Vogue will ensure significant recognition for both the shortlisted designers and winners.

It will be interesting to see what one of our favorite new Editor-in-Chief, Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz will do with the publication online.  She is already slaying the street style nonchalantly.

About the author

Charlotte is an urban New Yorker who has lived in London, Paris & Morocco. She has an MBA in Management and Economics of Luxury Brands and Fashion and her BFA from the New School. She calls herself the dyslexic writer living between London & Paris. Digital Fashion & Lifestyle Architect ?:ChaChaNyc007


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