Condé Nast CEO Charles H. Townsend announced Tuesday in a release that Eva Chen is Lucky magazine's new editor-in-chief.
The former beauty director of Teen Vogue replaces Brandon Holley, a veteran at the company who has helmed Lucky for the last three years. Fun fact: Chen worked as a fashion assistant at Lucky when she first started her career.
Chen, meanwhile, had been working as a consultant for Lucky, particularly working on "special projects" alongside Condé Nast creative director and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. In a statement released by the publishing company, Wintour calls Eva, "The quintessential Lucky girl."
Chen is the first Asian-American editor-in-chief to work at Condé Nast. Her debut will be the September Issue.