Marie-Amélie Sauvé Heading to W Magazine

As senior fashion editor, she will work closely with fashion and style director Edward Enninful to style stories.

SAUVE’S NEW ROLE: Marie-Amélie Sauvé is joining W as senior fashion editor. She will work closely with fashion and style director Edward Enninful to style stories for the magazine. Sauvé began her career at Vogue Paris and returned in 2001 to be more involved in the magazine, under Carine Roitfeld. She eventually left to expand her work and contribute to American Vogue, where her last shoot was in November 2011. She has worked with W editor in chief Stefano Tonchi before, when he edited T: The New York Times Style Magazine.

Sauvé, a favorite of fashion blogs and street-style photographers, has collaborated with Balenciaga creative director Nicolas Ghesquière since 1997. Since then, she’s served as Balenciaga’s stylist and muse, and she’s worked on every aspect of the brand.

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