Former Vogue editor André Leon Talley dies aged 73
Talley, a fashion journalist and the former editor of Vogue has died at the age of 73.
According to TMZ, he died in a New York City hospital on Tuesday, January 18, after a long fight with an unknown illness.
André was a big part of Vogue’s history in the 1980s and ’90s when he helped the magazine figure out what to do. As time went on, he worked his way up to become the news director. He did this job for three years from 1983 to 1987.
In the seven years, he was creative director for the company, he kept that job. His success only got better as he worked his way up the ladder.
When André was a fashion and news reporter, he used his power to make sure that there were more people of different backgrounds on the runways.
Between 2010 and 2011, the star was a judge on America’s Next Top Model. He also worked in print.
Another TV show where he has appeared in Sex and the City. He played a Vogue executive in that show.