Condé Nast has appointed Vogue.co.uk editor Dolly Jones to the newly created role of digital strategy director of Condé Nast Digital to help shape online editorial and commercial strategy across the publisher's portfolio.
Jones will be replaced by acting editor of Vogue.co.uk Lucy Hutchings, who will report to Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue.
Reporting to Wil Harris, director of Condé Nast Digital, Jones, who has held the position of editor since 2005, as well as executive editor of Condé Nast Digital, will also look to provide greater creative opportunities for commercial partners and to deepen reader engagement.
Harris commented: “Dolly has an incredible wealth of experience in the digital side of the Condé Nast business, having been the hugely successful and long-time editor of Vogue.co.uk.
"Having played a key role in many of the inventive commercial partnerships that have defined Vogue in digital, Dolly will also be working closely to align our commercial and editorial strategies, in order to deliver even greater creativity to our advertising clients with consistency across our titles, and ensuring an even more delightful user experience to our readers.”
Hutchings joined the Vogue website as fashion editor in 2011 and was promoted to deputy editor in 2013.