It's only been three weeks since Anna Wintour took on her much publicized new role as artistic director at Condé Nast, but word has it she's already planning some key hires.
Fashionista confirmed on Wednesday that Wintour had hired former Teen Vogue beauty and health director Eva Chen to help with "several projects" at Lucky, where Wintour has reportedly been spending a lot of her time of late. (Last Week, The New York Post reported that the magazine's editor in chief, Brandon Holley, was among the first to reach out to Wintour for help following her promotion.)
Page Six reported today that Wintour is on the lookout for a new head of public relations, preferably with a background in business or politics, to replace Vogue's outgoing director of communications, Megan Salt. Salt will leave the magazine on May 10 to take on a new job at Amazon Fashion.