Marie Suter, a heavy-hitting creative director who has worked on a bevy of Condé Nast titles, is leaving the publishing behemoth to work at buzzy beauty brand Glossier, reports Business of Fashion.
Suter began her tenure at Condé 14 years ago, and except for a four-year stint working at Time Inc's InStyle, she's been there ever since. Suter helped make Teen Vogue the powerhouse it is today by developing the "visual tone" of the magazine, and she has also served as creative director for W Magazine, Allure and Them since October 2016.
In her new role at Glossier, Suter will "oversee the campaigns, packaging and creative functions" at Glossier, according to BoF. She will reportedly not work on Into the Gloss, the editorial site started by Glossier founder Emily Weiss. Suter is replacing Helen Steed at the company, and her hire follows a $52 million Series C round of funding last month.
We've reached out to Condé Nast and Glossier and will update this post if they share any further information.