Full Name
Mark Guiducci
Job Title
Creative Editorial Director
Speaker Bio
Mark Guiducci, Vogue’s Creative Editorial Director, graduated from Bishop’s in 2006 and Princeton University in 2010 with a degree in Art & Archaeology. That year, Guiducci began as an editorial assistant at Vanity Fair, where he published one of James Rosenquist’s final interviews. In 2012, he joined the Features Department of Vogue, where he held various positions and was eventually the magazine’s Arts Editor.

He wrote more than 200 articles during his time at Vogue, covering film, theater, music, sports, and the art world, and co-edited the magazine’s “Talking Fashion” section.

Guiducci became the Editor-in-Chief of GARAGE, a subsidiary of Vice Media Group, in September 2017 and launched the magazine’s website one month later. In 2020, he rejoined Vogue in a newly created position as the Creative Editorial Director, where he’s contributed to multi-platform projects including Met Gala coverage, global cover initiatives, and VOGUE World: New York.
Mark Guiducci