Industry News: Emma Jordan Steps Down as Editor for

Emma Jordan, the Editor for South Africa’s leading fashion portal,, announced today her resignation as IFashion Editor in the daily newsletter sent to industry professionals and other subscribers. There is no word on who will be her replacement.

“I am stepping off this fashion ship! Today is my last day with the Captain’s hat and as such this is my last iFashion newsletter.

Looking back over my time at the helm, there have been some definitive moments – successfully guiding the iFashion redesign, winning the Communicator of the Year award and taking on the South African government.

But what has truly made this year memorable is the number of emails that come in from readers across the world – engaging, commenting, criticising or questioning what we do here at iFashion, and the direction of the South African fashion industry.

For those who don’t know I grew up in the South African fashion industry –its in my blood and always will be. But for now, I’m taking a break and looking at the world with a wider eye!

That’s not to say things won’t carry on as usual here at SA’s top fashion portal. ”

Until we meet again,

X Emma

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