Angelica Cheung is a Chinese fashion journalist and the founding editor-in-chief of Vogue China, launching its first issue in 2005. Previously editorial director of Elle China and editor-in-chief of Marie Claire Hong Kong, she has played an integral role in the development of China's fashion industry within and beyond her duties as a magazine editor. Cheung will leave her position as editor-in-chief of the magazine after 16 years in December 2020.
|Born||张宇 (Zhang Yu), April 24, 1966, Beijing, China|
|Alma mater||Peking University|
|Known for||Editor-in-chief of Vogue China|
Chinese fashion journalist who is known for being the editor-in-chief of Vogue China and an integral role in the development of China's fashion industry.
She attended Peking University where she received a degree in law and English. She then received an MBA from University of South Australia. She worked as a writer at Eastern Express in 1993 and in 2005 became editorial director of Vogue China.
She was known for being the youngest of Vogues editors-in-chief when she took over Vogue China. She has over 260,000 followers on Instagram.
She was born and raised in Beijing, China. She has one daughter named Hayley.
- Chinese women journalists
- University of South Australia alumni
- Vogue (magazine) people
- Fashion journalists
- Writers from Beijing
- Peking University alumni
Latest information about Angelica Cheung updated on June 14 2021.