With its much-awaited launch in September 2022, Vogue Philippines continues to announce key appointments for its editorial team. Recently, the local edition of the global fashion authority revealed Daryl Chang as fashion editor, Joyce Oreña as beauty editor, Audrey Carpio as features editor, and Jacs Sampayan as managing editor.
“We recently unveiled the first appointments of Vogue Philippines’ team, and now we’re thrilled to announce more names which include veteran and trusted editors with decades of experience in the publishing industry,” notes Archie Carrasco, chairman and CEO of Mega Global Licensing, Inc. (MGLI), the local publisher of Vogue Philippines in a licensed agreement with Condé Nast.
With 10 years of fashion excellence, Daryl will collaborate closely with fashion director Pam Quinones in bringing forth Filipino creativity and artistry in style. “Vogue’s compelling imagery and intelligent storytelling has always been my benchmark of fashion and I am thrilled to take on the role as Vogue Philippines’ fashion editor,” tells the style savant. “The opportunity to shape the way the world sees Filipino fashion and culture by shining a light on our incredible craftsmanship and creativity is an honor.”
For Joyce, an industry pioneer with three decades of experience under her belt, working for Vogue is a dream come true. A seasoned editor and one of Manila’s sought-after writers, Audrey aims to highlight Filipino arts and culture on the pages of Vogue. With 20 years of publishing expertise, Jacs continues to forward powerful features while working with different content creators and storytellers.
“We wanted to include talents that are both seasoned and emerging to complete the Vogue Philippines editorial team, so that expertise is passed on and sustained,” MGLI President Suki Salvador muses. “Today, we enlisted three seasoned talents to form a stellar set of Vogue Philippines editors which now includes Daryl Chang, Joyce Orena, Audrey Carpio, and Jacs Sampayan. I’m delighted to be working with the finest in the country.”