British Vogue promotes Lucy Delacherois-Day to ad director

Fashion magazine Vogue has promoted its ad manager Lucy Delacherois-Day to the role of ad director, following a successful year which saw the publication reach a "record" number of ad pages in its September issue.

Delacherois-Day joined Vogue's advertising team 10 years ago, staying until 2007, before moving abroad.

She moved back to London to Glamour magazine in August 2012 as an account manager, before returning to Vogue in September 2013 as a senior account manager.

“Lucy is ready for a senior management role, and will be a singular asset to Vogue as we storm ahead to the centenary,” commented Stephen Quinn, publishing director.

Delacherois-Day became ad manager in December 2013 and this year oversaw the largest ever fashion issue at 460 pages, 267 of which were ad pages.