Andrea Tenerani appointed new editor-in-chief of Icon
From next December onwards, Andrea Tenerani will be the new editor-in-chief of Icon, the Mondadori Group brand dedicated to contemporary male passions. This appointment is aimed at further enhancing the successful formula that has enabled the magazine to become a point of reference both in Italy and abroad.
The new trajectory of Icon will be characterised by a focus on the evolution of the style and language of the new generations, while highlighting the points of strength of Made in Italy.
Originally from Massa, in Tuscany, Andrea Tenerani during his professional life has acquired experience with both national and international brands. He joined the Mondadori Group in 2011 as the co-creator of Icon in the position of creative and style director, before going on to become the deputy editor of the magazine. The many projects he has overseen include the creation of the retrospective exhibition dedicated to David Bailey at the PAC in Milan in 2015. Subsequently, Tenerani became the creative and style director of GQ and fashion director at L’Uomo Vogue.