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French Vogue Taps Suzanne Koller

Koller joins the Condé Nast France title from Self Service magazine, and her first work is to appear in the August issue, Alt told WWD.

AT YOUR SERVICE: Beefing up her fashion staff at French Vogue, editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt has tapped stylist Suzanne Koller as fashion director. Koller joins the Condé Nast France title from Self Service magazine, and her first work is to appear in the August issue, Alt told WWD.

Koller fills a seat left vacant when Alt, French Vogue’s longtime fashion director, moved to top of the masthead in 2011.

“We are a small team. It’s a good fit, and I needed someone close to me,” Alt said. “She’s really the right person. I really appreciate her work.”

Alt said she would also continue to style shoots alongside Koller, one of the founders of Self Service in 1995, who would “be full-time French Vogue very soon.”

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