Leandra Nef becomes deputy editor-in-chief of Annabelle

As of April 1, Leandra Nef will become deputy editor-in-chief and head of lifestyle copy at Annabelle. Fashion and Creative Director Nathalie De Geyter also joins the extended editorial team.

The Annabelle editorial team is complete: Leandra Nef, who has been with the Swiss women's magazine since 2017, succeeds Barbara Loop as deputy editor-in-chief, the becomes editor-in-chief of Annabelle in April. Fashion and Creative Director Nathalie De Geyter also joins the expanded editorial team. Together with the recently appointed Head of Reportage Paula Scheidt, the Annabelle editorial team around Barbara Loop is now complete.

Leandra Nef joined Annabelle six years ago as a trainee in the reportage department and then worked as a junior editor for the Online presence of the magazine before she was promoted to Lifestyle Editor at the beginning of 2019. Leandra Nef works convergently; she is known to online audiences for her Stadt & Stil column, for example. She has worked closely with the designated Editor-in-Chief for years and already represented her in her previous role as Head of Lifestyle.

This completes the new annabelle editorial team around Barbara Loop. In addition to her and Leandra Nef, it consists of the newly appointed Head of Reportage Paula Scheidt and Fashion and Creative Director Nathalie De Geyter, who will also become a member of the Editor-in-Chief as of April 1. De Geyter has been with Annabelle since 2015.

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