Time for a little upgrade for Marie Claire‘s Nina García.
According to WWD, García is set to become the glossy’s newest editor in chief following the sudden departure of Robbie Myers. Previously, García served as the fashion director at ELLE from 2000 to 2008, says The Cut, while she most recently acted as the creative director for Marie Claire.
Speaking on her new position, García shared in the announcement that she is excited to return to her roots at ELLE and help launch it into the future.
“Elle is close to my heart, and this is a very special homecoming,” she said, according to WWD. “This is Elle’s moment to be out in front, inspiring and informing readers in every area. Fashion and beauty are at Elle’s core, as are culture, politics, health and new media. I’m excited to work with this incredibly talented team to set the pace for women who are moving as fast as the times we live in.”
Congrats, Nina! We are rooting for you!